Federal ministers announce new travel measures to address the Omicron variant 1

Federal ministers announce new travel measures to address the Omicron variant


Dec. 15: The federal government announced new travel measures to control the spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant.

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  1. 🚨🚨🚨❤️🕺🎡Cuenten mi gente Bella !!como están?!!Bendiciones 📺🎥🎞🍿🙋🏻‍♂️👍🏽

  2. i challenge all polititions and their families to abide by these restrictions and any further ones. If they are caught not abiding to these rules that all canadians haver to they should be fired PERIOD

  3. Minister said we still know very little about Virus so why spreading more panic than Virus 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  4. I’m not aware of any evidence that previous travel restrictions changed things. Omicron is already here. What’s the point of all this?

  5. Why are they not looking at the results from Botswana and the Gauteng province in South Africa. Both these areas have passed or reached their infection peaks. This gov’s presumption is that this variant is as dangerous as the previous variants. Although it is certainly more transmissible it is not nearly as dangerous to the health of individuals, or as taxing on the health systems. The South African and Botswana data proves that. They are selectively cherry picking data. They trusted the South African scientists when the variant was identified, but now that the same frontline worker doctors tell them the symptoms are mild and all the travel bans are an overreaction, they are ignoring them

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