Kelly Munce was admitted to Regina General Hospital on the day of several provincial rallies.
A man on a life support apparatus says the demonstrators have no intention of following the orders of the health authorities.
They will not stop until they are stopped.
During a mask protest in Maple Creek, in the southwestern province, public health inspector Bradford Gisbrecht greeted protesters and shook hands with one of the organizers over the weekend.
Kelly Muns considers this image to be a symbol of non-compliance with current sanitary measures.
As if someone spat on me. I’m surprised that this can happen.
University of Saskatchewan infectious disease expert Andrew Potter agrees. He believes that the police should intervene to stop these gatherings and these demonstrations, or at least impose fines on everyone on the spot.
At the moment, participants in a rally in Saskatoon, held over the weekend, have been fined 11. In total, 17 tickets were issued to participants in rallies and demonstrations.
During these events, the police block access and escort the participants.
It’s as if the police are protecting the demonstrators, not the population. said Andrew Potter.
This is not fair. We have sanitary measures and we must comply with them. If not, then this is all a joke.
Attorney General Gordon Wiant said it was a sign that the government was not going to let this happen.
According to the minister, the new measures should take effect by mid-May.
We want sanitary measures to be respected, so that police services can do this, and that they are followed by legal proceedings.
More anti-disguise demonstrations are planned in the provinces, especially in Regina, in the near future.
With information from Jason Warwick