A doctor and his colleagues from Monterogy were in favor of lifting the curfew imposed by the Legalt government to prevent indoor gatherings and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“Right now we can not see the ance picture of the continuation of the curfew, which is an extreme maneuver in the extreme context in which we no longer live,” D suggested.r Cardiologist Eric Sabba was interviewed by LCN at Pierre-Boucher Hospital.
“At present, it is very difficult to accept this curfew,” he added.
The dr Sabba believes opening terraces is “necessary in a city like Montreal”.
“Summer is about to start and it will be very difficult not to take into account everyone’s courage to open the terraces fast,” says the cardiologist.
Although some talk about the power of terraces in the middle of summer, d.r Eric Sabba is believed to have given so much in advance.
“It simply came to our notice then that this was not the case. […] I am sure that well-structured terraces and restaurant owners can handle it, and I see this as far more beneficial than risky at this stage, ”he explained.
Mandatory detention at the hotel
To help exhausted health workers who have struggled with COVID-19 for over a year, Dr.r Eric Sabba proposes to abolish mandatory detention at the hotel when returning from a trip for people who have received two doses of the vaccine.
“Those who have been vaccinated twice, many health workers who want to go on a little trip for leisure, should consider lifting this restriction again when people get double vaccinated,” he suggested.
A change that is also well-liked by snowbirds who have already received their two-dose COVID-19 vaccine in the United States and are calling for the lifting of mandatory detention upon return to the country.