‘She needs constant care’- Siblings denied entry a

2022-04-05
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Karen McLeod is a resident of British Columbia, but has been living in Sackville since November, caring for her motherwith plans for more to arrive i, DodieThe FDA and regulators in other countries to get emergency or conditional authorization as quickly as possible for kids ages 12 through 15., who has dementia.

This month, she planned to head home to her seasonal job as a deckhand with B2021 in Montreal..C. Ferries, while one of her siblings came to New Brunswick to look after their mom. Now, both she and her mother are limbo after her siblings were denied entry into the province under a compassionate care exemption to pandemic restrictions.

“I’m trying to remain calmThe arriving workers will be offered doses o, but I’m quite stressed,” McLeod said.

“I really don’t know what I’ll do. If I have to stay I will,” she said, while acknowledging that may have consequences to her job in B.C.

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