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Canada to Introduce a Mandatory Monkeypox Quarantine – Cities Are Now Offering Vaccination

It’s becoming clearer as the days pass that Justin Trudeau wants to turn Canada into a dictatorship.

The Public Health Agency of Canada is urging travelers to take extra precautions to limit the spread of monkeypox.

Canada has not dropped its Covid-19 travel restrictions since its implementation.

Now, the government has already raised its monkeypox alert to a Level 2, which means travelers may be subject to “isolation,” including mandatory quarantine, even though the cases remain low and monkeypox is not transmitted easily.

According to Canada’s chief public health officer, there were only 112 confirmed cases in the country, and all of those infected were male.

There were 98 cases reported in Quebec, 9 in Ontario, 4 in Alberta, and 1 in British Columbia, with other suspected cases being investigated, CTV News reported.

The Public Health Agency of Canada announced:

“Clusters of monkeypox cases have been reported in several countries internationally, outside of areas in Central and West Africa where cases are normally found. The occurrence of cases with no direct travel to those areas, or without established links to a traveller from those areas, is unusual.

In the current outbreak, those at risk of infection are those who have had close or intimate contact with a person who has monkeypox.

During your travel, you may be subject to procedures at your destination put in place to limit the spread of monkeypox, such as isolation, should you become infected. You may have limited access to timely and appropriate health care should you become ill, and may experience delays in returning home.

PHAC is working closely with international, provincial and territorial health partners to gather information on this evolving issue. Further investigations are underway to determine the likely source of infection and to limit further onward spread.”

Ottawa Public Health released a statement saying, “Monkeypox is a rare disease not normally found here in Canada and most people recover on their own without treatment. However, we still need to be aware of the symptoms, how it is spread, and how to protect ourselves and others.”

In Quebec, the city is now offering vaccination for monkeypox.

One Twitter user commented, “Never did I think people were actually this gullible and reckless with their health.”

On Sunday, the city of Toronto held its first of several community-based vaccine clinics specifically for workers at Toronto bathhouses.

“Run by Toronto Public Health (TPH) in partnership with Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance (GMSH) and other community organizations, the goal of this program is to offer protection to those who have had close contact with someone who has tested positive for monkeypox, those with high risk contacts, and those who have a higher risk of being exposed to the virus,” CP 24 reported.

Dr. Simone Gold of America’s Frontline Doctors weighed in and said, “This is nothing more than monkey see monkey do. Didn’t anyone teach these people not to copy those who failed their last exam? Americans won’t be fooled.”

Another user tweeted, “Theresa Tam and Trudeau just can’t help themselves. They will not let go of their pandemic powers, and they will double down over and over again until we break.”

 

7 Comments
  • Dede says:

    America is just as bad . All these countries want to control their people and keep this crap going ! And of course there are the morons that fall for it !

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