Students, emergency crews brace for weekend of par

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With the delta variant rampant in the community, public health officials have beefed up fines to try to stop large gatherings as emergency crews?— and students?— brace?for a wild weekend of partying near Western University.?

Homecoming is scheduled for Sept. 23-26, and many students are prepping parties as part of so-called fake homecoming celebrations, often marked by massive bashes in areas close to campus, such as Broughdale Avenue.?

“I think many people are excited to come visit the street, and there is theft and property damages house, then ope, so you have to worry about that aside from COVID and the actual partying,” said Jeremy Ippolito, a second-year student who lives on BroughdaleThe inaugural parade in Washington, D.C., January. 20, 1981AP.?

“We’re having conversations about preparing, how to keep our house protected, making sure people aren’t going in and out, maybe boarding the windows, locking the doors,” he said. “I’m sure we’ll have some responsible fun and see some friends outside, and try to stay safe.”The 42-year-old Toronto communications consultant?

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