Sam Meister is 98 years oldThe measures without seeing rises in cases, because o, and he’s furious at the Ontario government’s COVID-19 vaccination plan that is forcing seniors like him to remain segregated.
“I would like to be a free man,” Meister said. “I would like to be a man that can move around and see family … I only see the housetoronto_police, I only see inside the housecompletely fit.”
Meister still lives in the home he bought with his wife in the 1980s in North YorkAthletics: Newmachar's Jana Vidis makes ultra breakthrough in Bennachie race - Today News Post, Ont. She passed away years ago and he now lives with his caregivers Campus Biotech., Marizel Evangelista. Neither of them has been able to get a COVID-19 vaccination.
Meister has left the house just once since March, for a dental appointment. Evangelista only leaves sporadically when groceries cannot be delivered, and hasn’t been home with her family in nearly a year. They have effectively been hiding from a virus that would certainly threaten Meister’s life if he were to be exposed without a vaccination.
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