PM warns of a ‘tough winter’ as the second wave rolls on and pandemic fatigue sets in.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that he understands that Canadians are frustrated and tired of safety measures designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19, but he’s urging people to stay the course as cases continue to climb in some parts of the country. Parts of the country are dealing with the second wave of infections as cases and hospitalizations are up.
In a COVID-19 press briefing on Tuesday, Trudeau expressed his concerns to Canadians saying,
“This sucks, it really, really does.” “It’s going to be a tough winter. It’s easy for us to want to throw up our hands … it’s frustrating to have to go through this situation. “Nobody wanted 2020 to be this way, but we do get to control how bad it gets by all of us doing our part.”
The PM also reminded us that “Unless we’re really, really careful, there may not be the kinds of family gatherings we want to have at Christmas,” he said.
While this pandemic sucks, other things suck too!
- Boring socks
- Winning a radio contest and finding out its for Nickelback concert
- Having to pee really bad when you’re stuck in traffic
- Waking up before your alarm goes off
- When your taco shell breaks
- Taking a show then having to poop
- Unexpectedly sitting on something wet
- Missing McDonald’s breakfast by a couple of minutes
- A car alarm going off in the middle of the night
- Biting your tongue or the side of your cheek
- When Netflix freezes or goes blurry
- Forgetting your phone at home
- Seeing your ex on Facebook with someone new
- Getting a piece of popcorn stuck in your teeth
- Washing your car then a bird poops on it
- Finding another gray hair
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