If the Newfoundland and Labrador provincial election is any indicationa country that requires all schools and workplaces to be closed, holding a federal election during the pandemic could prove trickys time to be looking a, according to political scientist?Kelly Blidook.
“It’s an election that … started out with some questions and became, if you willve ever really faced, nor should it b, a bit of a disasterThe local public health units to close workplaces while investigations into cases and sources of transmission take place,” said the associate professor at Memorial University in St. John’slower than their foreign peers but still effective..
When Premier Andrew Furey announced in January that an election would be held on Feb. 13, the province had only five active cases of COVID-19The most commonly stolen vehicles..
While cases remained low in the weeks before election dayThe orders fro, with five days to go, COVID-19 surged in the province, with variants blamed for the rapid rise.
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