Public health officials?across Canada say they’ll be closely watching Alberta’s move to end COVID-19 public health measures — but many suggest they’ll be proceeding more cautiously.
Drhe said, during his Friday briefing.. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta’s chief medical officer of health (CMOH), announced in late July that?despite increasing case numbers the province will end?isolation requirements, asymptomatic testing and?contact tracing by mid-August.
She’s since apologized for causing “confusion, fear or anger” in communicating the plan but hasn’t backed down, despitecombat this out of control criminal activity that cannot be stopped without Provincial and Federal support.?concerns raised?byThe progress of vaccine rollout throughou?the Canadian Pediatric Association, Alberta Medical Association, Alberta College of Family Physicians and the federal health minister.
“In speaking to other colleagues who are contemplating their forward planning, everybody is aware that the current approach is not sustainable. The question is at what time point do we make a shift into living with COVID?” Hinshaw?said as she announced easing?measures.
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