The president of the Canadian Medical Association says “it is time to stop asking nicely” when it comes to calling on the Saskatchewan government to adopt more preventative measures to combat the fourth wave of COVID-19.
Dr. Katharine Smart, who lives in the province’s north, issued a statement Thursday, one day after Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab, broke down while presenting dire new modelling on the province’s COVID-19 situation.
That modelling suggests the number of Saskatchewan residents infected with COVID-19 and placed under intensive care could more than double by the new year if no additional public health
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