prevention

Risk of COVID-19 in Pregnancy Re-Visited: A Scientific Brief

Current government health policy for coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) during pregnancy has been established from a retrospective analysis of electronically reported data showing that symptomatic pregnant women are at an increased risk of severe disease including admittance to intensive care units, invasive ventilation, and death. Recent comparative, dual cohort studies shed new light on this previous analysis by the United States Centers for Disease Control, indicating that outcomes from this analysis should be interpreted with caution. Recent studies show that data fail to support the claim that pregnant women are at increased risk for developing severe COVID-19 outcomes.

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Unified Grassroots Presentation to Saskatchewan Elected Officials

On the evening of January 10, 2022, Unified Grassroots hosted a live Zoom presentation which was attended by several anonymous MLA’s and MP’s from Saskatchewan as well as other provinces.

The presentation consisted of extensive data and information intended to provide alternative strategies to manage the COVID-19 pandemic. Presenters included Dr. Peter McCullough and Lieutenant Colonel David Redman, and two more.

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Pandemic Exit Strategy

Each of the Canadian provinces and territories had a Pandemic Emergency Response Plan in place prior to 2019. These plans were the result of much time and research by Canada’s experts in emergency response.

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What If We’re Wrong?

Dr. Julie Ponesse and Dr. Peter McCullough discuss the ethical question “What If I’m Wrong?” which examines the decision to subscribe early treatments or not,

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Quarantine and the Law: the 2003 SARS Experience in Canada

The authority to quarantine individuals was tested by the 2003 global outbreak of SARS. Quarantine was used during that time as a public health intervention tool to attempt to control the disease in Toronto. The outbreak put the public health preparedness of the Ontario legal system to the test. This article examines the legal issues related to the use of quarantine as a tool to control infectious disease outbreaks using the Ontario SARS epidemic as a case study.

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