Patrick Brown issues statement in relation to Brampton man who died from COVID-19
A Brampton man in his 70’s has passed away due to complications associated with COVID-19.
On March 25, the man was tested for the virus at Brampton Civic Hospital. However, he passed away the next day.
Today, Peel Public Health received the test results, and are investigating all close contacts the man had.
“On behalf of the City of Brampton, I want to extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones during this difficult time,” Mayor Patrick Brown said in a news release.
“We also know this may not be the last life lost in Brampton, but our collective efforts, including the measures to ensure physical distancing, are the steps needed to fight back this disease. Together, we can and we must flatten the curve. Please stay home, stay safe and take care of each other,” Brown added.
Cover photo courtesy of Patrick Brown’s Instagram
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