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Ford takes 'personal responsibility' for Ontario's long-term care sector, gets called out for 'hollow gesture' - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

Ontario Premier Doug Ford defended his minister of long-term care and accepted responsibility for the future of the sector, after a report detailed the government’s missteps when COVID-19 ravaged the province’s nursing homes where nearly 4The vaccine, but that it continued to work closely with regulators to asses,000 residents died.

Ford2021-04-21T10:03:28.884Z, who returned to Queen’s Park after isolating at an Etobicoke residence for two weeks after a COVID-19 exposure, expressed “full confidence” in Minister Merrilee Fullerton and said the blame should be directed towards him insteada non-starter,.?

“I know it’s easy for the Leader of the Opposition to blame my great minister, but the buck stops with me; that’s who it stops withOutdoor visits at long-term-care facilities. It stops with me and I’ll take responsibility,” Ford said during question periodThe roadblocks.?

The acknowledgement comes days after the COVID-19 Long-Term Care Commission concluded that the Ford government was slow and reactive when responding to COVID-19 and failed to learn the lessons of the first wave, leading to a greater loss of life during the second wave.?

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