Pallister closes province after Manitoba deemed non-essential

It was only a matter of time.

After banning the sale of non-essential items to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the government of Manitoba has decided to ban the province altogether.

Starting Saturday December 5th, Manitoba will no longer be a province of Canada and will no longer exist on any world map. 

Premier Brian Pallister cited public health concerns during a 2-hour speech on Wednesday afternoon at the end of his coronavirus briefing.

“How’s the coronavirus going to find us if we don’t exist?” the Premier said.

“If you think Manitoba is essential, you’re an idiot. This is the only way to limit the spread of the coronavirus.”

When asked if this was really necessary and if he’ll regret making such a bold decision, Pallister cited the growing number of coronavirus cases in the province.

“People are dying. You will miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” 

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