Trudeau says he is quarantined after testing for COVID-19 positive


Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on June 13 that he would recapture COVID-19 and become isolated after returning from his trip to the United States.

“I tested positive for COVID-19. I follow public health guidelines and quarantine,” Trudeau said. Said on twitter..

“I think it’s okay, because I took the shot. So if you’re not vaccinated, get vaccinated. If possible, get a boost. Our medical care. Protect the system, each other, and ourselves. “

Trudeau announced on January 4th this year that it had been boosted and tested positive for COVID-19 later that month.

“Everyone, please get vaccinated and support us,” Trudeau said. Tweet At that time, a truck driver-led Freedom Convoy, who demanded the removal of the COVID-19 restriction, settled down in Ottawa.

Trudeau received support from members of his caucuses. Some of them recently caught COVID-19.

“Sad news, but I’m glad to hear that it’s okay. I sincerely agree with your message-vaccines make all the difference. Hope for a quick recovery!” Tweet June 13, Health Minister Jean Eve Duclos.

Duclos publication He was infected with COVID-19 on June 4, and was quarantined for 10 days.

As the government has recently been under increasing pressure to withdraw federal vaccine obligations and travel bans, a Conservative lawmaker has taken Tordo to maintain federal vaccine obligations while catching COVID-19 himself. I swiped.

“Trudeau was infected with Covid while traveling abroad, but he continues to discriminate against unvaccinated Canadians, so he can” stop the spread. ” I’m sorry, the farce is over! #EndTheMandates ” I have written Chris Warkentin on Twitter.

Trudeau visited Colorado’s NORAD facility last week and then went to California to attend the Summit of the Americas.

‘Game changer’

The Omicron variant appeared in late 2021 and became the predominant variant in the world. Its ability to circumvent vaccine protection has caused many breakthrough infections among vaccinated people.

Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, called Omicron a “game changer” at a meeting of the Commons Health Commission on June 8.

Tam said he needed a booster against Omicron to “immunize against infection” and to protect against “serious consequences.”

UK Health and Security Agency COVID-19 Vaccine Monitoring report We provide some recent figures on vaccine efficacy against Omicron, published May 12.

The booster effect ranges from 60 to 75% after 2 to 3 weeks and is said to be “almost ineffective” after 20 weeks.

Individuals receiving booster doses account for two or three times more COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people than those who have been unvaccinated or fully vaccinated in Quebec. Ontario In the last few weeks. However, there may be a bias in the data because those who decide to receive boosters are more likely to be at high risk for COVID-19 or afraid of COVID-19 and are therefore more likely to be tested. There is sex.

Tam told the Health Commission that even three doses would provide only temporary protection.

“Given the reduced effectiveness of the vaccine, three doses to the Omicron variant do not prevent all infections alone, so a layered approach, including wearing a layered mask, is recommended. We need to consider, “she said in response to a question from NDP MP Don Davies. She asked if there was still a medical or health basis for her federal vaccine obligations while traveling.

Noe Chartier


NoƩ Charter is a Montreal-based Epoch Times reporter. Twitter: @NChartierET Gettr: @nchartieret