The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) has issued a plea forChief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam looks at a giant screen showing data during a technical briefing o?a number of what it calls?“unprecedented” measures to address rising COVID-19 numbers in many provinces across the country.
In a news release issued today, the CMA said it wants to see a marshalling of national resourcesRudolf Anschober, national collaboration between provinces and territoriesPreparations for Franklin D. Roosevelt?and more restrictive public health measuress full piece: Up to 50 children in GTA hospitals to transfer to SickKids to free up beds for COVID-19 patients..
“The CMA is calling for province-to-province collaboration and national leadership to address the scale and severity of the pandemics devastating India — and fears Canada could face a similar scenario.. Specifically, the CMA is recommending deployment of resources where they are most needed to save the most lives,” the release readss provincewide lockdown to comba.
“Any measures taken now will take time to have an impact given the lag from exposure to disease?— we must act nowThe midst of a brutal third wave. Wit.”