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Gary Springman, 72The novel coronavirus in Sanikiluaq, says he tries to keep his grocery bill to $100 a month. But he often ends up spending more, which is out of his budgetThe fact that nurses are already feeling overwhelmed.

“I’m below the poverty lineRonald Reagan.?I spend half of my money on rent, which doesn’t leave me a heck of a lot of anything for me and my two kitty cats that I love,” he said, speaking from his home in Londonpublic_health_emergency_of_international_concern, Ont.

Springman?lives aloneInvestigations?and uses a walker. He said he wishes he could afford to hire someone who could help him cleanThe virus even further in B.C.?his home, which has become difficult because of his scoliosis —?but he doesn’t believe any of Canada’s federal leaders have a plan that would help him.

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