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View Patty Hajdu Profile
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In a federation like ours, obviously we have a shared responsibility for those kinds of decisions with provinces, territories and local governments.
There are guidance documents for all planners, which are available on the Health Canada coronavirus website, with a link to the risk assessment tool. Those planners can work very closely with local public health units. Depending on the size.... Obviously provincial public health units are providing guidance. The federal government provides guidance, either as asked, to support those decision-making processes, or if there is a federal intersection, for example, if we funded the event, it's a federal event or those kinds of things.
The tool is quite comprehensive. It asks a number of questions around the kinds of participants and the set-up of the organization, and—
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