Although he feels the Quebecs have a more “slightly smaller fuse”, Prime Minister Franois Legalt on Saturday called on the population to remain united and keep hope alive during these difficult times.
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“I get a lot of testimonials these days from people who work in all kinds of offices,” Mr. Legault wrote. There is so much frustration. Aggressive too. Although I can understand that we are a little at the end of the line, this time we have to pay double attention to others. It is useless to shout at others, ”he wrote on his Facebook page.
The Prime Minister assured that he did not want to teach the Cubans a “lesson” and admitted that he had experienced episodes of impatience 11 months after the worst pandemic in the last 100 years.
“I’m also impatient sometimes,” he continued. But I’m talking to myself and telling myself to double my empathy to understand what people across Quebec are experiencing. I ask you to do the same. Focusing on others. ”
The head of government also spoke with optimism that the vaccines in particular are doing well and that the Pfizer vaccine will be sent to the country in small doses in the coming weeks.
“We are moving forward,” wrote Franయిois Legalt. And with curfew, we have reduced the number of cases. Hospitalization and deaths are expected to decrease in the coming weeks. ”
“We have to hold on for a while. We’re all in the same boat together. Like the Americans, the French, English, Portuguese, Germans or Italians all live just like us. We’re stuck there. And we try to make it as good as possible,” he concluded in this publication. Created 13,000 comments in just a few hours.