‘Don’t show up sick’: Tam on voting in election, confirms Canada is in fourth wave | COVID-19

Dr. Theresa Tam says in the event of a federal election, Canadians should follow all public health guidelines.

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  1. Not showing up sick is kinda hard when you can’t get a doctor in B.C. and the walk-in clinics are closing or becoming patient only. I could make an appointment to get a blood test but no requisition because no doctor, missed the appointment. I instruct an exercise class for seniors.

  2. This clearly shows politicians don’t really have your best interest, all they care about is themselves! The gravy train is ours upon being elected into office!
    18-months of compulsory lockdowns, masks and minimize travel, but we can have elections.
    Screw the rules we are politicians we can do what we want in Canada!

  3. Tam is trying to control who can vote? Why is making a political statement I thought unelected employees are suppose to be neutral

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