Nova Scotia's top doctor thinks the U.K.'s COVID-19 reopening strategy is a 'significant risk' 1

Nova Scotia’s top doctor thinks the U.K.’s COVID-19 reopening strategy is a ‘significant risk’

 

Dr. Robert Strang warned that the U.K. reopening plan would lead to increased spread, a risk he's not willing to take in Nova Scotia.

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24 comments

    1. Looool, dorky clown with a pretend name. I’ll bet you’re about eleven years old at best. Haha

    1. O it’s far from over, but we will open everything right up and wait til delta2 takes off…worst than delta1, wait and see what it has in store for the world

  1. So, how much in under-the-table payments have you received from pharmaceutical companies, Dr Strang?

    1. Exactly. All these “professionals” and “experts” are on the government payroll. They are all humans who can be as easily bought and paid for as anyone else.

  2. Can we have some integrity and honesty in parliament? It’s like the criminals took over the nations

  3. Delta… Delta Plus… Lambda………

    “MUH VURRIANTZ!!!”

    This draconian nightmare is NEVER going to end!

  4. we must repeal the state of emergency powers. the province has clearly demonstrated they can not be trusted with such powers. the law must be repealed so we can end this once and for all.

  5. “Expert on using chemicals to suppress symptoms rather than addressing actual health concerns presents political opinion as moral lecture”

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