Canadian Celebrities Help Spread Trudeau’s COVID-19 Message

Coronavirus Celebrities Ryan Reynolds Seth Rogen Steven Page

Steven Page and Seth Rogen are among those rising to the occasion.

Coronavirus Celebrities Ryan Reynolds Seth Rogen Steven Page

25.3.2020

'Stay inside, wash your hands. Just don't leave the house. There are worse things you could be asked to do,' Sethrogen said

Steven Page and Seth Rogen are among those rising to the occasion.

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Feds launch ad campaign urging social distancing, hygiene during COVID-19 crisisThe federal government is launching a $30-million national ad campaign Monday to urge every Canadian to do their bit to help prevent the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus. All talk no action. They’re probably trying to achieve herd immunity before quarantining. JustinTrudeau and liberal_party are handling this pathetically. If anyone says otherwise I’m up for discussion. better late than never. now we need to do a lot more... new york hospitals are already beyond capacity. Vancouver hospitals have been hit hard. Wash your hands. Stay Home. What about eating Chinese buffets? Are we racist if we don't?

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Postponed Due To Coronavirus, Japanese PM SaysThe Tokyo Olympic Games will be held by the summer of 2021 at the latest, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says

Canada refuses to go to Tokyo Olympics unless Games postponedCanadian Olympic Committee says Games must be pushed back by 12 months amid COVID-19 pandemic Globe_Sports 2021 summer Olympics! Globe_Sports Encourage EACH 2 write daily next few weeks WHO they had contact with should they become SICK. BECAUSE Public Health have 2 trace people ensure notified to isolate TRACKING any spread without dates & who is impossible to contain YOU may not show covid19 symptoms YET Globe_Sports Go for gold in 2021

Feds secure three flights to retrieve Canadians stuck in PeruThe federal government has secured authorizations for three flights to bring home Canadians stuck in Peru, where the government is clamping down to slow the spread of COVID-19. Well done Can they get from places like mancora, cuzco or trujillo to get to Lima? What is happening there? These flights obviously arent happening from every city. Hey gasbag PeterMacKay, what will you complain about today? Come on man, you know you can find SOMETHING.

Feds secure limited flights to retrieve Canadians stuck abroadThe federal government has secured authorization to send flights into countries including Peru and Morocco to retrieve stranded Canadians amid the global spread of COVID-19. Quarantine them in hotels when they return. JustinTrudeau Failure They traveled there on their own. How is it our job to bring everyone home?

Quarantine that stress: Limit screen time during coronavirus outbreak, experts say“I think we need to be careful how much we expose people to … you don’t need to be updated about every cough or sneeze,” registered psychologist Simon Sherry said. This is extremely important although very difficult to do, it’s like touching yourself, a reflex Lol. So now its dont go for a walk..and now telling us what to do in our own homes? You know damn well everyones watching tv or using the net in some way..probably ALL day. You really expecting a lot from people not able to leave the house. Yes we do. Nothing scares humans more than the unknown! Better too much info than too little!



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