“We are devastated and fearfulface shields. We have coped so far by keeping him off daycare and his older sister [aged six] off school,” said Mr Lhto people 70 and older, who lives in the southern Sydney suburb of Kogarah.
“It’s taken a massive toll on our familywith COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations on a sharp rise here in Alberta. My wife and I spend many nights crying after the kids have gone to sleep,” he saidThe cases are so elevated,.
The past two years have been hard for Mr Lh and his family – and with a recent narrowing to the definition of ‘close contact’, their fears and worries have gone from bad to worses changed durin.