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Canada COVID-19: Premier Doug Ford seen personally picking up mask donation from dental office

08:56  01 april  2020
08:56  01 april  2020 Source:   nationalpost.com

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford was seen personally picking up thousands of face masks from a dental office on Monday in Markham, Ont. A tweet by Toronto-based lawyer and author Warren Kinsella shows a photo of the premier , donning an N95 mask , with two workers from Dental Brands

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford was seen personally picking up thousands of face masks from a dental office on Monday in Markham, Ont.

A tweet by Toronto-based lawyer and author Warren Kinsella shows a photo of the premier, donning an N95 mask, with two workers from Dental Brands, a company in Markham, loading boxes of face masks on to the back of his pickup truck.

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“See that guy? That’s Doug Ford, Premier,” he wrote in the tweet. “Dental Brands, a company in Markham, texted him to say they were donating 90,000 masks to hospitals in Ontario. Ford drove to their warehouse and loaded the masks onto his truck. Didn’t tell his staff.”

Ontario announced earlier this week in one of Ford’s daily new pressers that the province was running low on personal protective equipment and could be                                      “severely challenged” if cases spike in the next two weeks. 

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in his Tuesday presser that government has reached agreements with three Canadian companies to make medical supplies such as respirators, surgical masks and other diagnostic materials. The government has also signed letters of intent with five other countries to mobilize goods needed by healthcare professionals.

“We know the demand for critical equipment and supplies will grow in the coming weeks,” Trudeau said.

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