Phil Tsekouras, CP24.com Released Monday, September 14, 2020 Seven:00PM EDT Last Updated Monday, September 14, 2020 7:23PM EDT
Some Taxpayers waited so long as three Weeks to get a COVID-19 Evaluation in the William Osler Health System’s’s drive-thru testing Center at Etobicoke Monday.
The hospital said it’s been experiencing”large volumes” in both testing centers and will be asking the general public for its own patience and collaboration.
While hospital personnel told CTV News Toronto the typical wait time during the day Monday was three hourssome folks reported as much as four to four weeks merely to have a test.
Staff members state the large traffic of individuals began on Monday of the week and has been occupied ever since. Consequently, they have capped admittance in the front line in 3:30 p.m.
“In case you’re unable to be given a test if you arrive, then please go back the next day, according to the testing center’s procedure,” the William Osler site advises individuals.
The challenge isn’t confined to Etobicoke. The Scarborough Health Network found long lineups in its testing website at Finch Avenue and Birchmount Road.
Trillium Health Partners at Mississauga say they have also seen improved quantities in all three of the evaluation center because the Labour Day weekend.
On Monday, Toronto Mayor John Tory predicted about the Ford authorities to expand hours at a certain COVID-19 evaluation centres to permit for increased accessibility for testing.