The World Forum - May 27th, 2024

"IT IS FOOLISH AND WRONG TO MOURN THE MEN WHO HAVE DIED. RATHER WE SHOULD THANK GOD THAT SUCH MEN LIVED.  George S. Patton Courage is being scared to death and doing the right thing anyway.  Chae Richardson    Just listen to Ronald Reagan's speech in the video and it is all I need to say on this day. Remember that this is a day to honor those that have given the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms, and I pray we don't let it slip out of our hands by giving America to the Communistic Left. I know Canadians have a separate day of "Remembrance" but they can also share in this day because they fought and died shoulder to shoulder with the Americans for the same principles. Guys, Please Kindly  ❤️   Recommend  

Curfew ‘best of the worst options’ as COVID-19 maintains hold on Canada: experts


Canada’s biggest provinces face increasingly dire and dangerous circumstances as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on.

Tightening the grip on pandemic controls is the next logical step. Quebec became the first to do so on Wednesday, levying a nighttime curfew.

In a province as inundated with cases as Quebec, experts say lowering the proverbial boom is to be expected, but a curfew is unlikely to be the panacea it’s looking for.

Countries, cities and states around the world have imposed curfews on residents and businesses to try to curb the spread of COVID-19, but its definition has varied.

In the United States, curfew measures in some states have been framed as a compromise between a full lockdown and keeping businesses open. In the U.K., a November nighttime curfew applied only to pubs and restaurants. In Australia’s Victoria, an August curfew echoed stay-at-home orders, leaving only essential trips exempt.

So, how much of an effect could a curfew have on an invisible virus that’s already spreading rapidly, day and night?

Experts agree it’s very hard to quantify.