The Ontario teen who died of COVID-19 was a refugee who worked as a cleaner for long-term home care. Yassin Dabeh, 19, of London, Ont., worked at a long-term care home as a cleaner and died after COVID-19 was diagnosed. He was a Syrian refugee who, according to Paramount Fine Foods’ CEO, Mohamad Fakih, moved to Canada with his family in 2016.
He is the youngest individual with the virus to die in the region. The Middlesex-London Health Unit told CBC News there were 150 cases, 78 staff and 72 residents associated with an outbreak at home. The health unit also said that in connection with the outbreak, one staff member and 14 residents died and that the teen’s infectious period had actually ended in the last four weeks. “how the impact of this pandemic can be felt, “how the impact of this pandemic can be felt. The parent company of Middlesex Terrace extends “deep sympathies to the family and friends of Yassin Dabeh”