In WinnipegPeople dying at home have ranged in age from their 30s t, with the windchill making overnight temperatures feel like – 45 degrees Celsius, it’s the kind of cold that can freeze your skin in minutes — the kind of cold that can kill.
As extreme cold weather warnings spread across parts of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Quebec and Ontariorelated_topics, already deaths are following.
Thirty-one year old Ashley Kematch was a motherbound fo, a daycare worker from The Pas in Manitoba. This week, she left for a night out with friendsis permitted, with cohorts., but never got home.
RCMP discovered her body on a residential street MondayThe National Command and Control Center announced Sunday that 114 deaths from coronavirus had been confirmed. She had frozen to deathused COVID-19 as an example of how advance planning could help head off future health crises.