After a brief briefing by Franకోois Legalt on Wednesday evening, the opposition condemned the government’s “better” strategy.
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“We have to face the truth, Franకోois Legalt has overcome the situation,” Dominic Anglade said in a press release Wednesday evening. “Like you, I was shocked to see the improvement of the Coquista government. Many of us are looking at other jurisdictions to make things more efficient, such as injecting 3rd dose, delivering rapid tests and processing PCR tests. ”
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, meanwhile, denies the lack of a plan to provide the protective equipment requested by caregivers. “The custodians want to work safely, they ask for the restoration of the N95 masks and the system of” zones “. Their plea for help has once again gone unanswered. Thank you is not enough. They want a government that listens to their demands,” the Quebec Solidair chief shared.
In the case of the party Quebecois, the parliamentary leader of the formation Joel Arseno commented with additional questions on the event.
“Did government-appointed polls and consultations with CAQ deputies influence today’s decisions? When will school ventilation issues be resolved? Will the government justify its decisions and put public health views on the table? Can we conclude actions before official statements and all concerns are raised? When will rapid tests become universally available? Are we going to publish estimates on room for maneuver in hospitals that the government says? Can we read a series of tweets.