“I Am In Charge Of Stock”

The manager of the nation’s $300 million pandemic medical supply stockpile yesterday admitted the Public Health Agency had no idea what shortages existed prior to Covid-19. Sally Thornton, vice-president of the Agency, told the Commons health committee that managers were having to make “course corrections” as acute care hospitals run short of masks, gowns and gloves: “I am in charge.”

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