November 28, 2021

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Jason Kenny blames Deena Hinsha for the 4th wave of Govt-19 | Corona virus

Jason Kenny released the report during a special debate on the COVID-19 epidemic in the Alberta Legislature on Monday evening.

In mid-August, he recalled that he had accepted Deena Hinshaw’s recommendation Stop lifting contact tracking, massive screening and forced isolation In case of Govit-19 infection.

If there were any other recommendations for further action after August, I would have immediately convened a cabinet meeting and approved them.

A quote:Jason Kenny, Premier of Alberta

The absence of the Prime Minister for 23 days in August has come under heavy criticism as the number of Govt-19 cases is on the rise.

The Alberta government re-established the mandatory wearing of masks and other hygiene measures on September 3, followed by a vaccination passport on September 15.

Dr. this summer. Jason Kenny admitted that his government had erred in switching from epidemic management of COVID-19, the approach recommended by Deena Hinshaw, to local management. However he acknowledged that their government was responsible for the incident and apologized.

During the debate, Rachel Nodley, the leader of the New Democratic Party (NDP), repeatedly asked him what it was. Predictive models He based himself on July 1 by removing all health restrictions.

Jason Kenny said the government’s analysis was based on other jurisdictions, particularly the cases of the UK and Israel. However, he acknowledged that he did not have access to predictive models of these jurisdictions, only their generally accessible data.

NDP calls for public inquiry

Despite this debate, the NDP opposition condemned the government for refusing to set up a public inquiry or bipartisan committee into the Alberta government’s response to the Govt-19 epidemic.

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We have not received the responsibility that this United Conservative government has to give to the people of this province., Condemns Rachel Nodley.

We need to know how we got here, He added about the pressure recorded in the health system during the fourth wave.

Cypress-Medicine Hat Independent MP Drew Barnes also condemned the MPs’ inability to question the Chief Medical Officer of Health in the legislature.