HALIFAX – Politicians in Nova Scotia are facing a bit of a backlash after a warning was issued on the weekend about a potential COVID-19 exposure last week at the provincial legislatureThe pandemic. You might be feeling it too. This last week was full of frustrating health news and new restrictions that are a flashpoint across social media. There are a lot of factors right now that contribute to us feeling more frustration and expressing this more readily toward others..
Social media lit up with complaints pointing to a double standard because the province no longer provides COVID-19 exposure notices when infections are detected in schools or other places frequented by the public.
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The controversy started when the Speaker of the house of assembly issued a statement Saturday saying that a person infected with the virus had visited the downtown building on Thursday and FridayThe entry into Japan — where international borders have been virtually sealed for a year — of 15,000 Olympic and Paralympic athletes and thousands of other officials.