Canada's chief health officer says Christmas caroling is too dangerous and that people should open their windows during holiday gatherings 🤣
· · Nov 15, 2021 · NottheBee.com

Canada, are you guys still pretending that Covid is the most deadly thing ever?

Yes, the Canadian tyrants are attempting to cancel (another) Christmas.

...Because people who force medical procedures on others, divide society into first and second classes, send police after pastors, and restrict Christmas celebrations are the good guys.

Christmas caroling is unsafe, says Dr. Theresa Tam. The chief public health officer said singing indoors is not recommended this Christmas even among people who are fully vaccinated, Blacklock's Reporter says.

"In the wintertime, going inside with a lot of people shouting and singing is not the best idea if COVID is circulating and accelerating outside your front door," Tam told reporters.

Tam also advised that anyone gathered for an indoor event this winter — even fully-vaccinated people — should keep their windows open, "particularly if ventilation is not optimal."

Here's the correct response in this situation:

Seriously, these wacked-out Covid disciples and their belief that if we do a bunch of weird rituals, we'll somehow get the 'Rona monster to leave us alone.

Tam compared the coronavirus to second-hand smoke that should be avoided if possible. "We've learned how the virus can linger in fine aerosols and remain suspended in the air we breathe much as expelled smoke lingers in poorly ventilated spaces," said Tam.

This is not a well adjusted person. This is a person who wants everyone to live in fear forever from a virus that's not deadly to most people and has widely available prophylaxes and treatments.

Live your life. Get the vaccine if you want (or else get the enhanced bonuses of natural immunity). Enjoy the season. Surround yourself with friends and family next to a warm fire. Ignore the dumb tyrants. Celebrate Christmas!


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