Monday, May 4, 2020

Judgement Day: Parts of Canada reopen for business

"The Canadian Press is reporting that "A much anticipated new phase in the COVID-19 pandemic starts today with several provinces beginning the process of slowly loosening some of their lockdown restrictions. Quebec, which accounts for more than half of Canada's coronavirus cases, including deaths from the illness, is reopening retail stores outside Montreal while those in the greater Montreal area are to reopen on May 11."

"Manitoba's museums, libraries and retail businesses — including restaurant patios — can re-open today, though at only half capacity. The province, along with Saskatchewan and Alberta, are also letting non-essential medical activities, such as dentistry and physiotherapy to resume. British Columbia has yet to release its reopening plan, however, Premier John Horgan is promising details this week." Well get on it for F*ck's sake.

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