Sask. renews emergency order as COVID-19 cases rise 1

Sask. renews emergency order as COVID-19 cases rise


Sask. renews emergency orders to ease the health care system strain. Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine on growing infection rates.

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    1. @Simple Jahk Wow dude. Okay maybe english isn’t your main language, let me try another one. Mais c’est le seul qui a actuallement citer des faits. MDR

    2. @John Napoles He would have no idea how to survive. Probably a cidiot, anti gun highriser. When SHTF they’ll find out how detrimental living in a city is.

    1. It’s down to 99.5% now that we are a year+ into the vaccinations. I would have expected the opposite, if the vaccines worked.

    2. No matter how many times you post that, it makes no sense. A 100% infection rate with no health measures would have resulted in too many deaths.
      On Earth One, that would be unacceptable.

    1. @Al Stewart Malone is a quack. Malone is an American virologist and immunologist. His work has focused on mRNA technology, pharmaceuticals, and drug repurposing research. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he has been criticized for promoting misinformation about the safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.

  1. Backpedaling to cases? Is it because hospitals are short staffed and we know it’s not covid causing staffing issues? Where are all the field hospitals and ventilators?

  2. They too are running scared. What happened to no sugar, to increase immune response? Oh sorry, big business wouldn’t allow it.

    1. @Aaron PicardIt’s too bad that we can’t hold the anti-maskers and anti-vaxxers responsible for all the trouble they have caused. Same goes for conspiracy theorists.

    1. Even the pharmaceutical company that makes the horse medication does not recommend it for COVID-19. There is literally a Seinfeld episode for every occasion. “Kramer refuses to go to a doctor for a bad cough. He finds a dog named Smuckers who has a cough, and takes him to a veterinarian, since he trusts vets more than doctors. However, his throat is too tender to swallow the medication, and he begins acting like a dog.”

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