TRUDEAU: RESTRICTIONS SHOULD REMAIN UNTIL DAILY CASE COUNTS ARE ''WAY DOWN''

May 11, 2021

By Bob Komsic

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Provinces are being urged to keep strict public health measures in place until daily case counts are much lower so Canadians can enjoy a ”one-dose summer.”
That from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who adds restrictions such as the stay-at-home order in Ontario, should remain to get the numbers down.
”We can’t ease public health restrictions until cases are way down.  We all want to have a summer where we can see our loved ones and invite our friends over for BBQs,” says Trudeau.
”We can have a better summer, a one-dose summer.”
The prime minister says that would be followed by a ”two-dose fall,” when many more Canadians will have access to a second vaccine shot. 
Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. David Williams has said daily cases need to be well under 1,000 before he can recommend lifting restrictions.
The province reported 2,073 new cases today.
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