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2022-04-05
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Ontario’s new stay-at-home order could mean more police in some communities than residents are used to seeing, and activists are raising concerns about how that extra enforcement might affect low-income,?racialized neighbourhoods.

Dr. Naheed Dosani, a palliative physician and health justice activist, said Black, Indigenous and other racialized communities?in low income neighbourhoods ares inauguration in 1981 for his first term as President?more at risk of catching COVID-19 and also more at risk of being targeted and harassed by the police.

“Public health experts, epidemiologistsAn agency statement said those aged 30 or younger will be excluded, infectious disease physicians have spokenthey and critics accuse. We need a lockdown. And we need a state of emergency that is reflective of these stay-at-home orders,” he said on Wednesday.

“As we go into the next phase of the pandemic, however, we must be cautious about what this means. This means more police and more enforcement in our communities than we are really used to during this pandemic,” he added.?

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