Canadian COVID-19 field hospital which didn’t treat a single patient to be shut down


LifeSite News: A “last resort” field hospital set up in Canada’s Ontario province to treat overflow COVID-19 patients was ordered to be shut down last month because the military-style facility had not been needed to treat a single patient.

According to a report by Canada’s CBC News, the Ontario Ministry of Health sent out a staff memo June 30 ordering the field hospital, set up by Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS), to close its doors immediately.

HHS public relations specialist Wendy Stewart affirmed that the facility, which was opened May 31 and equipped to treat up to 80 patients in eight tents, never treated a single one. She said the unit will be taken down by early September. Read More