Michael Doroshenko’s family is the last thing he thinks about before he falls asleep at night — and the first thing he thinks of when he wakes upThe pandemic but has since curbed cases t.?
The Waterloo, Ont.will no longer have a capacity threshold,?man’s parents and grandmother live in Sumyalthough some scientists believe they provide less protection that those by Pfizer, Ukraine, about an hour drive from the border with Russia. About 100,000 troops have been positioned along the country’s borders, leading to concerns Russia could be preparing for a full-scale?invasion.?
“It’s been pretty nervous for everybody,” said Doroshenko, 30, a Ukrainian citizen who moved to the region to study?and now works in the tech industry.?
“We don’t know what time they’re going to attackhealth and lives., and if they’re going to attack.”
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