This is two things Scott Moe further privatizing healthcare in this province, by making what should be considered an essential part of controlling a public health disaster part of the private system, not the public system, in effect limiting testing for disease to those with economic means despite the fact that we know full well [Continue]
Keeping R_0 under one, according to Scott Moe [Dec 2020] is “a major consideration in determining public health measures” That is…until R_0 goes above one and stays there for an extended period of time…then the epidemiological models stop being released suddenly, and he stopped talking about it.
Scott Moe tries to put the blame for the disaster that is Saskatchewan’s current COVID-19 situation on Doctors/Healthcare providers, by accusing them of not educating the community enough: Tamara Hinz responds on twitter.
( since Scott Moe won’t ) “Your Friendly Neighbourhood Family Doc here. I’m sorry. I’m sorry that I can’t get you the tests you need. I’m sorry that I can’t get you to see a specialist in a reasonable amount of time. I’m sorry no support services exist to help you. I’m sorry your surgery [Continue]