Second migrant worker in Ontario dies from COVID-19
The Windsor region is reporting the death of a second migrant worker from COVID-19.
Windsor Regional Hospital says a 24-year-old man was first admitted to a different hospital on Monday, and died at their facility on Friday.
The hospital says they have contacted the man's family in Mexico.
A news release also says that local hospitals and health organizations will jointly conduct a ``mass swabbing'' for COVID-19 of 8,000 migrant workers in Windsor-Essex starting on Tuesday.
Another temporary foreign worker in the Windsor area who came to Canada in February and tested positive for the virus on May 21 died last weekend.
Approximately 20,000 migrant workers come to Ontario each year to work on farms and in greenhouses, many of them from Mexico, Guatemala and the Caribbean, and this year have been required to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
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