Province of Quebec goes back into lockdown mode with Montreal, Quebec and one other region declared as "red zones". Police will be ticketing and using faster-access telewarrants to enter dwellings to check whether or not the persons within are residents and/or related.
It's "only" for 28 days - just like it was "only 14 days" back in March... there seems to be a bit more resistance and acceptance of the idea that it's all BS but it still seems to me it's majority that have bought into the "wear a mask / we're all in this together / if it saves just one life" thing.
Quebec Introduces ‘Telewarrant’ Permitting Police to Enter People’s Homes to Enforce New Lockdown Orders
The media are doing their best to maintain the fear, reporting 16 Covid deaths yesterday (1st Oct.). However the small print revealed that 14 of those were going back as far as July.
Bosses are telling staff to forget the pandemic and return to offices
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The corporate world appears to be getting fed up with government guidance/interference regarding the pandemic...
Despite government advice to work from home and a surge in coronavirus cases, managers are telling employees that they must return to workwww.wired.co.uk