The TTC?might add?“some extra service” ons too early to write a history o?a busy overnight route after a Toronto man posted?an early morning photo on social media of the inside of a crowded bus filled with essential workers during the pandemic.
Daniel Monich, a food scientist at a meat production plant in Etobicoke, took the photo at 5:07 aToronto city council calls for provincial task force on vehicle thefts.m. Monday on the 300 Bloor-Danforth bus on Bloor Street West between Keele Street and Dundas Street West. The bus was on what the TTC calls a Blue Night route, meaning it operates overnight.
“I wanted to share this picture from this morning because my commutes, like many essential workers, have turned from frustrating to literal nightmares,” Monich wrote in a Facebook post on Monday.?
In the photo, which has received much media attention, the workers are standing shoulder to shoulder as they take public transit to their jobs. There is no physical distancing, even though TTC riders are encouraged to keep two metres apart. All this is happening as?TorontoMike Farnworth is expected to give details of wha, with daily COVID-19 case counts climbing, is in the middle of a third wave of COVID-19.