Recent Alberta government data shows that when Lethbridge SCS usage was high, deaths and EMS responses were low.
Travis Toews doesn’t like that Alberta nurses asked for a 7% wage increase over 4 years, but he’s not telling you the whole story.
Since last Thursday, Alberta has seen 4 consecutive days of breaking the previous records of new daily cases of COVID-19.
As of this week, St. Michael’s Health Centre in Lethbridge has at least 3 COVID-19 cases, according to two emails I recently obtained.
Meanwhile, the city has the lowest number of hospital acute beds in the province.
3 healthcare workers confirmed with positive COVID-19 test results.
When Jason Kenney says “just the facts”, I think what he means is “just some of the facts”.
With privatized services, you’d be paying not only for the labour of those workers; you’d also be paying for the profits of the private companies providing the services.
In the second quarter of 2020, Lethbridge had the highest fentanyl death rate in the province and had doubled ER visits and EMS responses.
It’s easy to look at data from the beginning of the pandemic and think things aren’t as bad as they were then. However, the number of cases of COVID-19 isn’t decreasing.