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Dr. Peter Juni, the scientific director of Ontario’s COVID-19 Science Advisory Table said Ontario fared well relative to many other Western nations during the first and second waves of the pandemic. But not Wave 3.

But, “a good first step,” the third wave curve appears to be flattening, said the head of Ontario’s COVID-19 science advisory table. Dr. Peter Jüni noted Saturday that Ontario residents still need to be very careful. “We are not there yet."

Dr. Peter Juni, Scientific Director of the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table, talks about the need to keep the variants under control.​

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Dr. Peter Juni, Scientific Director of the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table, reacts to the latest federal COVID-19 modelling.​

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Outdoor activities are safer than indoor activities, Dr. Peter Jüni says.

Dr. Peter Juni, the director of Ontario's #COVID19  scientific advisory table, is so frustrated by Premier Doug Ford's response to the pandemic that he considered quitting via @cbcasithappens  #onpoli 

Dr. Peter Jüni is the director of Ontario's COVID-19 Science Table.​

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Dr. Peter Juni, Science Director on the province's COVID-19 Science Advisory Table has said these are the darkest days of his career, after warnings about the third wave was largely ignored. @CDanielGlobal  spoke with him about his frustrations and thoughts on the new measures.

Dr. Peter Juni has been here five and a half years, has pushed himself to snapping, and nearly quit as the science director of Ontario’s science table last week. And it’s because the wrong people are in charge.

Here’s the interview with Dr Peter Juni I referenced earlier today, where he talks about what the Ontario Science Advisory Table has + has not recommended to the Ford government + what he thinks needs to happen now (better paid sick leave for starters)

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Dr. Peter Jüni, the scientific director of the Ontario COVID-19 Science Table, told @CBCdsouza  that Friday was one of the darkest days of his career and that he had considered stepping down over the province's COVID-19 pandemic response.

But Dr. Peter Juni, a member of the Science Advisory Table, said on CBC this a.m. the table did NOT advise the closing of playgrounds (which the gov did do) + DID advise for paid sick time + closing more non-essential workplaces (which the gov. did not do).

The director of Ontario's COVID-19 scientific advisory table says he's so frustrated by the government's pandemic response, he considered quitting on Friday. "To be honest, I was just desperate. I couldn't believe it," Dr. Peter Juni told @caroloffcbc 

This was the moment on today’s Ontario-wide@cbcradio  special about #COVID19Ontario  that many people were talking about afterward — @CBCdsouza’s interview with Dr. Peter Jüni, scientific director of the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table:

Q. "If we do lift the restrictions and have kids back in school fully, are we going to be in lockdown again soon after that?" A. "Yes" Dr. Peter Juni, Scientific Director of the province's science table. Listen to the whole interview here:

Half of COVID-19 cases are tied to essential workers and their families. Dr. Peter Jüni called on the government to do more for these workers who are at greatest risk.

Dr. Peter Juni, scientific director of Ontario's COVID-19 scientific advisory table, says the Golden Horseshoe needs a strict, three-week lockdown in order to control the spread of variants while vaccines kick in. Read more:

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