Posted July 3, 2020

There are Valuable Uses for our Underemployed Covid-19 Testing Capability

In late May, northern New Brunswick experienced an outbreak of new infections, caused by a doctor irresponsibly failing to self-isolate after returning from Quebec. The biggest concentration of new cases was in a nursing home; two of its clients became New Brunswick’s first Covid-related deaths.
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Peter MacKay was a Member of Parliament for 18 years, holding senior cabinet positions including National Defence and Foreign Affairs. He took a time out in 2015 to be with his growing family. Since 2016 he has practiced at a Toronto law firm.
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The Federal Conservatives will choose a new leader in August under difficult circumstances. The constraints imposed by the Covid-19 virus make it impossible for candidates to have the customary events with party members.
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Nova Scotians pay close attention to our Covid-19 statistics and the associated directions from Premier McNeil and Dr. Strang. It is important to look beyond our borders and learn from the experiences of other jurisdictions.
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The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in Nova Scotia called for quick and decisive action, and effective communications. The province did well on both counts. Now it needs to recognize that we are in a new phase.
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