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Internal emails show Quebec had no scientific basis for imposing COVID curfew

LSN: 'Internal emails reveal that the Quebec government had no basis in science for implementing a curfew as a measure to prevent the spread of COVID during the so-called pandemic.

'According to internal emails between Quebec officials obtained by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), just six hours before the December 30 press conference where the government announced a curfew was being implemented to fight the spread of COVID, the government was still searching for a shred of scientific evidence that could be cited to justify the order.

'While then-Quebec public health chief Horacio Arruda had made the decision to implement a curfew on his population the day before, it was at 10:31 a.m. on December 30, the day the measure was officially announced, that his assistant asked fellow officials on his behalf, “Horacio would like you and your teams (!) to provide him with an argument in relation to the curfew in anticipation of questions from reporters at the 5pm press conference tonight.” ...'

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