New Brunswick's Edmundston Region to enter Red alert level Monday 1

New Brunswick’s Edmundston Region to enter Red alert level Monday

 

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs says he's accepting the recommendation of public health to move Zone 4 into the province's Red alert level.

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41 comments

  1. You can’t have it both ways. Either you pretend you know how a micro biological ‘virus’ moves or please stop pretending.

    1. @Francois Leveille that’s like betting on the guy who gambles all in at the table instead of playing yourself.

    2. @francois Lavelle spoken like a true authoritarian lockdown lover…get ur mask on and get back inside your house peasant …The goverment will infjrm you when you can leave

    1. These experts have consistently proven that they simply do not know what they are talking about. This is a volatile situation but they have gotten it wrong so many times it is clear that they do not know what they are doing.

    2. @Mathieu Riesling Well why don’t you point out what they are doing wrong since you talk like a font of knowledge on the subject? Critics!! Fish or Cut Bait Sparky!

  2. Im considering as an alternative, fresh air , light exercise, nutrient rich foods , vitamin D and C.
    But maybe thats just crazy

    1. Yeah… look how that’s working for Quebec and Ontario… Bwahahahahaha… join the Darwin Award Winners!!

    1. “No, no, no it works you’re just doing it wrong” — The response to everything that clearly hasn’t worked as expected.

    1. Do you think that the same public health measures (e.g. physical distancing, masking) intended to reduce the transmission of Covid-19 and strong encouragement of flu vaccinations this year might have something to do with this apparent “absence” of flu?

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