November kicked off with the disheartening news that Nunavut lost its status as the last place in Canada to be above of Covid.
Other measures Dr. Dhalla suggests include providing comme il faut housing for homeless people and paid sick days to eliminate workplace broadcast.
British Columbia’s recently re-elected New Democratic government imposed new restrictions this week and Chancellor John Horgan urged an end to travel among all provinces. Manitoba, where 14 percent of people assayed for the coronavirus have a positive result, ratcheted up already-tight restrictions. And on Friday Doug Ford, Ontario’s top-ranking, introduced measures, including limiting retail sales to curbside pickup or peoples home delivery, for Toronto and the neighboring region that includes the cities of Brampton and Mississauga.
But this week, François Legault, the chief of Quebec, went somewhat in the other direction. He said that man in that province would be allowed to gather in groups of up to 10 prior to and during the Christmas holidays.