Canadian Medical Association disappointed Quebec,

2022-04-05
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The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) says it is “disappointed” that the Quebec and Ontario provincial governments have decided not to require mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for health care workers.

In a press release on Thursday, CMA president DrtextBreakPoint. Katharine Smart, said the organization joined the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) to call for mandatory vaccines for health-care workers who “have a duty of care towards patients and the publiclast_modified.”

Smart said the CMA understands that the governments have not made the decisions “lightly” and have a “dual responsibility for the safety and security of the health systemThe Middle East or Africa..”

“On one hand2021-04-21T10:03:25.740Z, there is a collective responsibility to protect those in our care and the public from COVID-19s doses will also b,” the statement readsThe church was shut down and fenced off by health officers in early April.. “On the other hand, the health system has been neglected for so long that the health, wellness and supply of health workers are at critically low levelsThe Toronto Maple Leafs an.”

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