‘It’s a possibility’: Dr. Moore on post-election COVID surge

Ontario's top doctor says that 'it's a possibility' the province could see an uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases following the election.

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    1. Maybe that’s why he called it? Gives him an excuse for more emergency powers. MORE….P-O-W-E-R! ULTIMATE POWER!! 😛

  1. The doctor should ban ciggs, crazy delusional decisions being made these days and it is becoming obvious this is not about concern for health.

  2. Isn’t it strange how the protected need to be protected from the unprotected by forcing the unprotected to use the protection that didn’t protect the protected?

    1. @Chris Leblanc The vaxx is already giving heard immunity, open your eyes. We had nearly 8x the case count we do now, pre-vaccines in my region. Not sure what the heck you’re talking about considering the proof is already taking place

  3. Thanks I’ll listen to the silver hat conspiracy theorists they have been right using facts and logic to back up there claims

  4. Anything is a “possibility” including the truth if you actually let that out instead of constantly promoting (coersing) this nonsense about a flu

  5. 🤣 someone should make a documentary about these public health 🤡. They are funnier than real comedians.
    And lots of them are corrupt.

  6. Well let’s see, during a normal election, there would be 95 polling stations in the GTA, this time there was 15. So I wouldn’t be surprised.

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