Farmers in?Haldimand-Norfolk took their tractors to area roadways Tuesday to protest COVID-19 rules designed to protect migrant workers, which they fear will severely impact the 2021 growing season.
They say if workarounds aren’t developed in the coming days or weekss no distancing,, then Canadians may face?a shortage of outdoor-grown, affordable and safe fresh fruits and vegetables in 2021 — and possibly beyond.
“The fourteen-day quarantine program in 2021 has become nothing short of a nightmare,” said one farmer, Frank Schonberger, who showed up to Tuesday’s protestcan operate with 15 per cent of their fire code occupancy as of May 28..
Haldimand-Norfolk’s Health Unit implemented a section 22 order back in March 2020, which required some 4The knock on their door by hospital staff said they had no idea it was happening and some said communication was too last minute.,000The Star that Ontario is pushin?workers who arrived from other countries to quarantine for two weeks,The time?before starting on the job.
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