“We are working to provide health care for all adults who refuse to be vaccinated because they are” a financial burden on all Quebecs, “said Quebec Prime Minister Franாங்கois Legalt.
He said the 10% of Cuban people who have not yet received the vaccine dose should not be “harmed” by 90%.
“Not all Cubans have to pay for it,” he told a news conference, adding that the French-speaking government should represent “significant sums”.
“I feel some dissatisfaction with the unvaccinated minority, which, after all, is blocking our hospitals,” he said.
The Prime Minister of Quebec explained that these 10% of unvaccinated adults represent 50% of the population in intensive care.
In an effort to stem the tide, Quebec announced the lifting of some restrictions on December 30 at 10 pm, including a curfew and a ban on private meetings.
In total, 2,742 people in Quebec, with a population of 8 million, have been hospitalized with COVID-19 and about 255 are in intensive care.
3,220 people have been hospitalized and 477 people are being hospitalized in the intensive care unit in Canada’s most populous neighboring state of Ontario.
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