Alberta set to replace mandatory quarantine for international travellers with rapid testing

Alberta set to replace mandatory quarantine for international travellers with rapid testing 1

 

MPs discus Alberta announcing a pilot plan to use rapid COVID-19 testing to replace mandatory quarantine for international travellers.

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8 Comments on "Alberta set to replace mandatory quarantine for international travellers with rapid testing"

  1. What about the Covid19 “Camp’s” they are building in Ontario?

  2. I see a Gulag in our future. Whether you pass the test or not

  3. Finally some one got rapid testing

  4. Are they testing all truck drivers?

    Some of them cross the border several times per month. No quarantine, no testing.
    Anyone heard of especially deadly situation in truck driver families on both sides of the border?

    So what is this all about?

  5. I certainly hope they intend to KEEP these ‘travellers’ IN Alberta – BC already has enough to deal with the stupid pipelines, we don’t need Alberta’s ‘cure’ for the ‘blues’. STAY HOME.

    😷 or ☠️, you choose.

  6. We’ve been lied to for a very long time.

  7. Calgary corruption

    I have the intel on a CRA employee named Darren Dixon Carr who is a senior investigator who is corrupt and involved in government cover ups
    In Calgary Alberta
    He’s tried to go off the grid as he knew I saw, look it up for shits and giggles
    His favourite football team is the Cleveland Browns and he joins in on many corrupt football pools.

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