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Huge news from Canada re: Sars_CoV_2 HAS NEVER BEEN ISOLATED!!! Man WINS court case!


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Indeed, very big victory. Let's hope it goes viral and that the gentleman does not become depressed and commits suicide !!!

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So this sounded a bit fishy, so due diligence warrants a little research. It seems it was thrown out of court on a technicality and that absolutely no restrictions where removed regarding Alberta's provincial lockdown.

 

"It sounds like he was charged with being at an illegal gathering. Sounds like he got a subpoena for Deena Hinshaw, the public health officer, to show up with her documents about the virus, and it looks like the government applied to quash that subpoena, that is, to have it thrown out".

 

"This means that the government's position is that Deena Hinshaw, the chief medical officer of health, has no material evidence to the proceedings in provincial court".

 

"Patrick King tried to challenge the basis for the law, didn't get very far, it sounds like there was a procedural reason for that, and then it sounds like the case against him was dropped".

 

"That headline on there goes further: "ends masking, shots, quarantine in Alberta." Now, I know that didn't happen. There is no court order, no court ruling in Alberta that struck down masking, testing, quarantine in that province".

 

https://www.rebelnews.com/patrick_king_albert_court_case_subpoena_deena_hinshaw_covid

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So this sounded a bit fishy, so due diligence warrants a little research. It seems it was thrown out of court on a technicality and that absolutely no restrictions where removed regarding Alberta's provincial lockdown.

 

"It sounds like he was charged with being at an illegal gathering. Sounds like he got a subpoena for Deena Hinshaw, the public health officer, to show up with her documents about the virus, and it looks like the government applied to quash that subpoena, that is, to have it thrown out".

 

"This means that the government's position is that Deena Hinshaw, the chief medical officer of health, has no material evidence to the proceedings in provincial court".

 

"Patrick King tried to challenge the basis for the law, didn't get very far, it sounds like there was a procedural reason for that, and then it sounds like the case against him was dropped".

 

"That headline on there goes further: "ends masking, shots, quarantine in Alberta." Now, I know that didn't happen. There is no court order, no court ruling in Alberta that struck down masking, testing, quarantine in that province".

 

https://www.rebelnews.com/patrick_king_albert_court_case_subpoena_deena_hinshaw_covid

 

So explain this then ...

 

Effective Thursday, close contacts will no longer be notified of exposure by contact tracers nor will they be legally required to isolate – although it still recommended.

 

The province will also end asymptomatic testing.

 

Further measures will be eliminated Aug. 16. People who test positive for COVID-19 will not be mandated to isolate at that time but it is still strongly recommended. Isolation hotels will also close as quarantine supports end.

 

Also Aug. 16, provincial mandatory masking orders will be lifted. Some masking in acute care or continuing care facilities may still be required.

 

Effective Aug. 31, COVID-19 testing will no longer be available through assessment centres. It will be available in primary care settings including doctors’ offices or in acute care and hospital settings.

 

While the province could not point to another jurisdiction that is taking a similar approach, Shandro maintained this is the next step as the province moves from a pandemic to an endemic response, adding that Alberta is leading the way.

 

“The three stages of any pandemic begins with containment, then we move to mitigation and then it moves to the endemic response where we live with a virus in our community,” Shandro said.

 

https://globalnews.ca/news/8070711/alberta-health-minister-covid-19-restrictions-eased/

 

 

 

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Last week, the province ended contract tracing and said close contacts of people who test positive for COVID-19 are not required to isolate. And starting Aug. 16, those infected will no longer need to quarantine.

 

Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta’s chief medical officer of health, told The Canadian Press on Thursday that the decision was made after her team reviewed data on age-specific outcomes related to COVID-19, vaccine effectiveness and modelling on transmission of the Delta variant and related health outcomes.

 

So its under scrutiny but also had absolutely nothing to do with the case stated above that was thrown out of court.

 

I seed the fact that Alberta is planning to lift certain restrictions however the title 'Man Wins Court case' was untrue and unrelated. Yet one must wonder about the reason the court threw the case out and why the chief medical officer didn't produce the evidence required by subpoena.

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