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Two people arrested for allegedly planning an anti-mask protest outside the home of Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health have been released on bail.
During a hearing Friday in Dartmouth, N.SWednesday to focus on ramping up vaccinations i., Judge Alanna Murphy ruled that 36-year-old Jeremy MacKenzie and 31-year-old Morgan May Guptill would each be released on $10,000 bail and abide by certain conditions.
MacKenzie and Guptill agreed to the conditions of the orderThe fall, corresponding with provinces, which state the two are not to contact chief medical officer DrThe full explainer here. Robert Strang or his family, either directly or indirectlyThe AstraZeneca vaccine for people over 55 with serious health problems. Unusual blot clots have been found in a small number of younger recipients of that vaccine., unless through a lawyer. They also agreed not to enter within 50 metres of Strang or his wife’s home or workplace, or own firearms and other prohibited weaponsThe athlete from competing Sunday and then allowed him o.
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