The Science Policy Commission says it’s not enough to simply lift the restrictions to get out of the pandemic
Scientists and policy experts focused on breaking out of the pandemic have seen full restrictions and obligations, even though most of Canada’s jurisdictions have more or less lifted or suspended COVID-19 restrictions. It states that sufficient attention has not been paid to the details of its abolition.
As a result, “Big contradiction, The whims and “stickiness” that prevent a complete and orderly escape from the pandemic describe the Canadian Science Policy Board’s escape from the pandemic.
With that latest update National exit plan issued During FebruaryThe Commission said that all levels of government would have all the remaining “twists” or “contradictions” and “transition from defense to attack” so that Canada could get out of the pandemic at the same time in all systems and regions. It says it has to be resolved.
“Many of these officials think the problem is just COVID,” Commission Co-Chair Irvin Studin told The Epoch Times. “If you collapse eight systems in one country, you need to energize all of them at the same time to get out of one.”
The eight systems mentioned by Studin consist of COVID-19 Public Health, Non-COVID Public Health, Business and Economy, Education, Institutions, National Unity, Social Structure, and International. The Commission said these areas must be addressed with “high energy” and “high choreography”.
“Certainly, the termination plan makes it clear that simply” lifting “the restrictions is not enough to properly terminate the pandemic across the system,” said Global Brief Magazine author and publisher. Studin said: I wrote on my blog About the update.
“Insufficient energy applied to other systems in crisis only integrates a low-balanced national life, or an actually expanding crisis, across these same systems.”
The Exit Committee, consisting of 14 members across different disciplines and regions of Canada, was established in January with the support of the Think Tank 21st Century Questionnaire Institute (21CQ).
Among the core members of the committee is Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, a critical care physician at Ottawa Hospital. Former Health Minister Pierre Pettigrew. Dr. Martha Fulford, an associate professor at McMaster University and director of medicine at McMaster University Medical Center. Alexandra Risois, an associate professor of criminology at Simon Fraser University.
Stadin, president of 21CQ, said “strong advice” from the government to send a clear message to Canadians and institutions that all COVID-19 restrictions across eight systems should take effect immediately. Said that there must be.
Regarding masking, the Commission said, “Currently, Covid-19 masks are explicitly a normal feature of Canadian society, except for those who are immunocompromised in a collective indoor environment during periods of high community infection. I advise you to remove it. “
“In order for us to succeed in getting out of the pandemic with energy, we are a society that masks simply because of shape, from anxiety, or for no reason (or anywhere in the middle of a rainy day). Don’t do it, “Stadin wrote on his blog.
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— Irvin Studin (@IrvinStudin) June 13, 2022
According to the Exit Commission, a much more serious problem is the imposition of vaccine requirements by institutions such as universities, universities, summer camps, private schools and sports organizations for youth.
Vaccine obligations and vaccine passports have been removed or suspended in most areas, but Commission concerns are such obligations at any time in the future, including requiring future employees and students. The institution has a policy that states that there may be a reintroduction of the institution to take a shot even when the general requirements are over.
“Wild West” of vaccination and masking requirements by these institutions jeopardizes exit efforts and destabilizes social cohesion across Canada, Stadin said, and such requirements are banned. Said that it should be done.
“Unleashing these vaccines, the’vaccine entrepreneurship’, at a lower level requires a lot of work, the government is unaware that it is happening, and we knot or contradiction them. You don’t seem to want to do any work to unleash what you call a dot. “He said.
“After removing the restrictions, all these tissues need to be manually vaccinated and mask normalized so that we are all on the same page.”
Highlights of the updated discharge plan include doctors returning to face-to-face care immediately, while eliminating the incentives associated with providing virtual care “at the highest speed and seriousness.”
The Commission also called for the abolition of federal “inconsistent” vaccine and travel testing requirements. Amid increasing pressure from various sectors and airport congestion, Ottawa announced on June 14 that it would require unvaccinated Canadians to prevent them from flying domestically or out of Canada and stop working in public services. Did. Obligations remain for those flying from abroad to Canada, and all passengers and transport workers must continue to wear masks.
For students, the committee advises to go to school directly in the fall without hybrid-style lessons. In addition, members want school boards, principals, and medical science officials across Canada to “never close the school again.”
For companies that were “forced to be destroyed” during the pandemic, the Exit Commission said it would have to receive full compensation. Governments and banks also need to be ready to provide start-up loans, loan guarantees, and subsidies to businesses, namely retail, tourism, food and beverage sectors.
Mr Stadin declared that the Canadian pandemic was virtually over, as the Commission did in February to help better understand the importance of a strong exit plan, all of the government and health authorities. He said he would reach out to the level of.
“”we It was very Successful the first time Iterative of the schedule of February, Suggestion word When concept When the idea that It was now and When Endemic stage of the Pandemic For Canada, “he said.
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