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Re: 2021 Governance (Waldo free)
« Reply #165 on: December 02, 2021, 04:26:49 pm »
The federal Libs didnít seem to have any coherent plans to bring something like testing into place quickly in the case of other variants or other COVID related setbacks. 

They shouldíve had this planned and ready to roll in a momentís notice.  Instead, confusion and chaos.

CBC News has asked Health Canada to clarify when the arrival testing program will start and what form it will take when it's operational.

Ottawa requiring COVID-19 testing for some travellers, consulting experts on booster shots
Asked Thursday if airports are ready to hand out tests or arrange for on-site testing, the president of the Canadian Airports Council, the organization that represents many of the country's airports, said he's still not sure how the program will work.

"Unfortunately, we have no new information on how or when the new testing requirements will be implemented," Daniel-Robert Gooch told CBC News.

Gooch said it's simply not feasible to test all incoming passengers in the arrival halls of the country's largest airports.