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Dr. Deena Hinshaw apologizes for delay in release of COVID-19 data

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Alberta’s chief medical officer of health is apologizing for COVID-19 data and modelling not being available and said her team remains committed to ensuring it is publicly available.

“I’m sorry that it’s not available,” Hinshaw said during the online session.

“Unfortunately, this is not something I can do by myself, and it’s also something we can’t release without moving through all of the processes that are necessary in government.”

In a town hall with doctors in Alberta Wednesday evening, Dr. Deena Hinshaw said the modelling data to show what is driving the province’s pandemic response is not ready.

According to Hinshaw, the delay in releasing the modelling is due to Alberta’s shift in pandemic response plans.

 

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