The mayor of Alberta's COVID-19 hotspot says Kenney government won't share modelling data 1

The mayor of Alberta’s COVID-19 hotspot says Kenney government won’t share modelling data

 

Wood Buffalo Mayor Don Scott says his region 'needs all the help we can get' as the region remains a COVID-19 hotspot.

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28 comments

  1. Hello? are you kidding me? Positive cases? Go to your own Alberta website….and learn how to read and interpret stats.

    1. Yea the modeling data used to “justify” the lockdowns by imperial college has been so accurate…

  2. Why isnt he gathering his own data along with his regional health departments? The premier can certainly do more to help, but for pete’s sake you gotta help yourself as well.

  3. One year into this thing, and they still have no other tool to deal with this thing other than another lockdown?

  4. You should have heard him on Real Talk with Ryan Jesperson. He was far less diplomatic. Then Chief Adam was on…That was some @RealTalkRJ Real Talking happening.

  5. Maybe he should check out Florida, they open fully with no masks and all establishments fully opened

  6. THERE IS A $1.2M PRIZE TO THE INDIVIDUAL/S WHO HAVE ISOLATED COVID 19. NO ONE HAS CLAIMED THE PRIZE AS YET…..LMAO

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