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Apparently lack of in-country manufacturing coupled with bad contracting: To some degree, this is the natural result of living in a small country during an unprecedented global health crisis that has scrambled supply chains all over the world. Without much domestic manufacturing capacity to speak of, Canada had to sign advance-purchase deals with ...


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As of last week (I'm writing this March 29th), the provincial government of BC, Canada is planning to relax indoors attendance to religious events temporarily, for the next 5-6 weeks I believe and that despite the numbers being on a regular upward trend in the last month. The rationale is that it is an important time for a number of religions (such as Easter)...


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No they don't, they haven't so far and they probably never will. Just to be sure we are talking about the same thing: In talking about public protest, we are talking about lots of people going out on the street, making a lot of noise and blocking traffic and so on, right? Even if such a public protest plays a role in government decisions concerning Covid.19, ...


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Germany? It is a bit of a tricky situation because there are the federal government, 16 state governments, and even county-level officials involved, but it appears that "the government" agreed to ease lockdown measures in recent weeks despite the personal conviction of Chancellor Merkel that they should be kept or even increased. She didn't have ...


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