FIVE FREEDOMS:[Canada] Ex-police will enforce COVID-19 rules, ‘secure isolation site’ planned, Sask. doctors told
Saskatchewan is recruiting former police officers to help enforce COVID-19 public health rules and is also planning a “secure isolation site” in North Battleford, according to an official with the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
The SHA hosted its latest COVID-19 physician town hall on Thursday. The biweekly forum is intended to allow doctors to share information and advice among themselves, but it also contains a wealth of up-to-date information on Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 epidemiology and the health-care sector’s efforts to curb the disease.
The town hall — a recording of which is typically posted online on Fridays — is also an opportunity for doctors to present their own advice to the Saskatchewan public, including a plea issued during Thursday’s town hall for people to limit their contacts to one household during the Thanksgiving weekend.
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I ‘ve spent many months in Canada, and I can say that they are generally nutjobs, incapable of rational thought, and they have a fetish for being controlled, especially by government – the Queen. They have no concept of freedom they earn or fight for or the need to defend it. To them it comes from government, so I guess its rational that government can take it away.