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Alberta is having a different approach to lockdown

sene5hos

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It's dramatic everywhere, not only in Alberta.
Friday in Alberta = 1,755 new cases for a population of 4,450,000
 

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Alberta reported Monday 2,012 new cases of COVID-19 on ~15,000 tests and four additional deaths.

Teachers and child-care workers will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday as Alberta expands its vaccine rollout.

Premier Jason Kenney said stronger public health restrictions will be announced Tuesday.

The trial of an Alberta pastor accused of not following public health orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19 is to begin today.

Kenney says he is “angered and saddened” by hundreds of people flouting COVID-19 restrictions at an illegal rodeo near Bowden on the weekend.

The Alberta legislature is suspending its spring sitting for two weeks as COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise in the province.

The immunization clinic at the High River Cargill meat-packing plant vaccinated 1,638 workers, making it a “smashing success,” according to one organizer.

Alberta hit an all-time peak for intensive-care unit admissions and reported 2,007 new COVID-19 cases Friday.

A northeast Calgary COVID-19 immunization clinic will remain open after sunset to allow more Muslims to get their shot during Ramadan.

Patients with greater chances of surviving beyond the next year should be prioritized if Alberta’s health-care system is overwhelmed by the COVID-19 pandemic, new documents released by Alberta Health Services Friday reveal.

Hundreds of Calgarians who received parking tickets while getting COVID-19 shots in the city’s downtown won’t feel their sting.

Alberta’s latest round of COVID-19 restrictions are too little, too late, says an infectious disease expert at the University of Alberta.

Meanwhile, Alberta reports highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita across Canada and the United States.
 
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Sol Tee Nutz

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Look behind you.
Yes hundreds of people at a Bowden rodeo while thousands ( 2 Km stretch ) march through Montreal.
Some of you must think no one else reads the news.


Almost like standing in a pool of poop and laughing at someone for almost stepping into it.
 
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Sol Tee Nutz

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Look behind you.
Sure, stupid people walking with Maxime Bernier.
The comment was towards complaining about one church and a 200 person rodeo while in your own backyard tens of thousands match down the street.
BTW, Bernier has some good policies if you care to look at his platform.
 

Sol Tee Nutz

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Look behind you.
In the Alberta papers this morning.
Notice the NO new deaths.
The province reported 2,211 new infections on Thursday, bringing the total number of active cases to 24,497. There were no new reported deaths. There are 654 people in hospital, 146 of those are in intensive care.

Our new restrictions, makes sense to me.

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Sol Tee Nutz

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Look behind you.
^^^ It is not just about the masks, do you think that is the only thing about this virus? Nothing else has happened about this, all is the same except masks?
 
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Our new restrictions, makes sense to me.
Let's see... at a funeral you know people will hug and stay within 2m of each other, so you want less than at a regular service where the 15 will be able to spread all over the church?
And not that many people go to church anyway, and not that often, so being more lenient on that is ok, whereas groups meeting outside happen much more often, and would cause more contamination?
So yes from a probability point of view it may actually make some sense.
 

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Alberta and Québec have to follow the same rules.

Lived fact:
I worked for ten years in cell culture.

So we have to wear a mask and all the protective clothing, be alone in a small room, that's in time. Today in large laboratories may have several hoods, everything is electronically controlled. (ventilation, humidity etc ...)

It was therefore necessary to work sterile, as always today.

One day in my room there was contamination, we had to throw everything away and autoclave.

Then we realized that a student that I was in the process of training had come to work in my office.

And it's for this reason that they must respect the instructions with the viruses.
 

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^^^^^ Interesting comment coming from someone who just finished a 3 some, did you social distance and wear a mask? You reasoning only applies when you see fit?
^^^^^^^^ Jumping to another subject is the losers' preferred tactical. Doug Ford, who clearly doesn't know what to do now, is trying that too. He tries to change subject by blaming the fed government on frontier when the contamination is spreading from inside Ontario. The same weird guy apologised a few weeks ago for imposing to strict measures... He reversed his position a few days later amid population protest and his police saying they won't apply those rules... What kind of leadership is this? Since a few weeks he is hiding somewhere. Soon, I suspect Jason Kenney may try a similar "strategy". Probably a coincidence, but Ford and Kenney are both conservative... Trying to put the light on others to hide its inability is a poor tactic. When one doesn't have valid arguments, going to personal attacks just emphasize how fragile his position is.
 

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The title of this thread is:
Alberta is having a different approach to lockdown.

And Sol's first post is: Wish all were the same.
I don't wish the same for other provinces.


Alberta is now reporting the highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita in all of Canada and the United States.

According to CTVNews.ca's tracker, there have been an average of 440.5 daily cases per million people in the last seven days, more than any other province or territory in Canada as well as every U.S. state. Cases had been trending upward since March and continue to climb.

The province broke its daily COVID-19 record for the third day in a row on Saturday when it reported 2,433 new infections.
 
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Sol Tee Nutz

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Look behind you.
^^^^^^^^ Jumping to another subject is the losers' preferred tactical.
Really, just pointing out someone who touts following the rules and then breaks them, not changing the subject at all. He sounds like Trump, do as I say but not as I do.
 
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Sol Tee Nutz

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Look behind you.
Here, some numbers.
Alberta.... Cases 202,115.... Deaths 2,106
Quebec.... Cases 356,219.... Deaths 10,974

Alberta population 4,400,000
Quebec population 8,400,000

Percentage of Quebecers who died... 0.13%
Percentage of Albertans who died..... 0.046%

Yes, be more like Alberta............ Also to note, great reason to bankrupt a country.
 
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