A middle-aged man has been admitted to hospital in Spain's Castile and Leon region after being diagnosed with Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF), authorities said on Thursday.
What about it is "public health theater"?kinda heading toward the camp of this rigamarole being public health theatre much like airport security. doing my part to be up to date on vaccinations and mask in public but public policy isn't quite matching up to anything these days
Kept his little sister home too, she has a slight sniffle which is kinda normal for her but whatever, better than pozzing up the whole schoolI wouldn't trust it at this point in time. IIRC immune response can cause symptoms prior to registering poz loaded on a test. Test again later.
travel restrictions, testing protocols. even vaccination from a practical standpoint is less about spreading COVID and more about keeping adverse outcomes at bay but policy doesn't match that.
fair; as an original tool to incentivize vaccine uptake it did its job, at this point i don't think there's much more blood to squeeze from that stone. notwithstanding the fact that they still haven't moved from 2 vaccinations equating to "fully vaccinated" despite the fact we're onto shot 4.What travel restrictions? The only thing left is vaccination requirements to fly - that is more about incentivizing vaccine uptake than anything and I am in full support.
The only testing protocol is random testing coming into Canada from outside. Also makes sense as it gives the federal government a window into prevalance, variants entering the country, etc. It is needed as the provinces have essentially given up on public testing, so i'm not sure there is an alternative?