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58 minutes ago, Chicken. said:

Some people are just ridiculous.  Put a thin piece of cloth over your face, or get a charge on your criminal record ?  tough choice

 

Another reminder that enforcement by employees can be risky business 

 

https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/server-takes-glass-to-the-face-after-edmonton-pub-customer-reminded-of-mask-bylaw-1.5214695 

 

Server takes glass to the face after Edmonton pub customer reminded of mask bylaw

start arresting these people

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23 hours ago, Stelar said:

global pandemic arises which is killing all the world economies as well as hundreds of thousands of people, scientists work tirelessly to get a vaccine manufactured which is effective and deemed safe by scientists in their trials, begin to roll it out and some say, "nay, I'm good, I'll wait till my Facebook groups say it is ok to take" :picard:

yep. That is entirely within people's rights. The alternative is authoritarianism. 

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1 hour ago, Chicken. said:

Some people are just ridiculous.  Put a thin piece of cloth over your face, or get a charge on your criminal record ?  tough choice

 

Another reminder that enforcement by employees can be risky business 

 

https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/server-takes-glass-to-the-face-after-edmonton-pub-customer-reminded-of-mask-bylaw-1.5214695 

 

Server takes glass to the face after Edmonton pub customer reminded of mask bylaw

businesses need subsidized security through times like this. Some people are psycho's just looking for an altercation. 

 

 

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The Government is not looking to give the kind of approval that the UK did (temporary with limited roll quantity) but for a more general roll out.

 

Health Canada could be in a position to approve Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine within 10 days, said the senior medical adviser in the agency's health products and food branch.

Health Canada is currently reviewing four vaccines, from Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Jannsen. The federal and provincial governments are working on the logistics of rolling out vaccines once approval is granted.

 

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/thecurrent/the-current-for-dec-3-2020-1.5825717/canada-could-approve-covid-19-vaccine-in-week-to-10-days-says-health-canada-senior-adviser-1.5826508

Canada could approve COVID-19 vaccine in 'week to 10 days,' says Health Canada senior adviser

Health Canada still receiving info from Pfizer but review 'progressing really well'

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1 hour ago, Jimmy McGill said:

they are. They really hated those videos of W and Michelle having a nice time. We're all supposed to hate each other, remember? 

I can't help but wonder if he secretly hated the job, but only took up the mantle because "Daddy told me to"... and (to use a Cantonese saying) felt like "a monkey without a leash" when he was voted out and viewed the Obamas as his personal saviour... :towel:

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Pfizer cut vaccine rollout target due to supply chain problems - report

Thu 3 Dec 2020 20:42:29 GMT

 

WSJ report

Pfizer expects to ship half the doses it had originally planned after finding raw materials in early production didn't meet its standards, according to people cited by the WSJ.
 
The company had hoped to roll out 100m doses this year but that's been reduced to 50m.
 
Pfizer still plans to deliver more than 1b doses next year.
 
"Some early batches of the raw materials failed to meet the standards. We fixed it, but ran out of time to meet this year's projected shipments."
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Why would covid be spreading so quickly now in other parts of BC.... ?

Can they move rural populations into schools... as covid can not spread in a school.  Could be a could strategy...

 

 

 

In the past three weeks COVID-19 cases have stayed steady in Vancouver Coastal Health and doubled in Fraser Health areas — but they've gone up by nearly 500 per cent in the rest of B.C.

 

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/covid-bc-beyond-hope-numbers-1.5824571

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28 minutes ago, Jimmy McGill said:

didn't like his policies, but he always seemed like a decent person to me. Did make his fair share of mistakes tho. 

Yeah, he at least wasn't terrible as a president; however, perhaps Trump has lowered that bar a little too much in recent years.

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59 minutes ago, kingofsurrey said:

Why would covid be spreading so quickly now in other parts of BC.... ?

Can they move rural populations into schools... as covid can not spread in a school.  Could be a could strategy...

 

 

 

In the past three weeks COVID-19 cases have stayed steady in Vancouver Coastal Health and doubled in Fraser Health areas — but they've gone up by nearly 500 per cent in the rest of B.C.

 

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/covid-bc-beyond-hope-numbers-1.5824571

or maybe old timer hockey teams need to stay the hell out of Alberta? 

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