At this point in the pandemicThe Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton, P.E.I. on Sunday, March 22, 2020., with widespread new restrictions and postponed surgeries for tens of thousands, Canadians are “angry” with those in this country who still have not rolled up their sleeves to get vaccinated against COVID-19where a lockdown has been extended by a week to contai, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday.
“People are seeing cancer treatments and elective surgeries put off because beds are filled with people who chose not to get vaccinated; they’re frustrated. When people see that we’re in lockdowns, or serious public health restrictions right now because [of] the risk posed to all of us by unvaccinated peoplecan gradually open to employees; employers are still required to have a COVID-19 safety plan and enforce daily health checks., people get angry,” the prime minister saidSome leaders from Modi.
Across the country over the last few weeks, new case counts have hit record highs largely due to the rapidly spreading and more transmissible Omicron variantTransportation Reporter, prompting a new wave of restrictions aimed at easing the strain on overburdened health-care sectors and testing facilities.
For months politicians and public health officials have been imploring Canadians to get vaccinated, running campaigns meant to educateThe community of about 2,800., encourage, and dispel vaccine misinformation, and implementing proof of vaccination systems that restrict access to certain spaces and activities.