REALITY CHECK: Scott Moe’s COVID-19 Fiction

Yesterday, Scott Moe made three assertions that have absolutely no basis in reality.


“We have committed vast amount of resources to ensure long-term care is as safe as it could possibly be."



They haven't. Scott Moe has left more than $30 million federal funding on the table, and he's sitting on $260 million from the budget that should be used to save lives. 



“The measures that we have in place have in a large part kept Saskatchewan residents safe.”



They haven’t. Deaths have tripled since this public health order was introduced on December 17.



“The measures that we do have in place, are working, they continue to work.”



They aren’t. Presently, Saskatchewan has both the worst COVID-19 death rate and case rate in Canada.


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