Is Ontario's Crisis Triage Discriminatory?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

As COVID-19 rates grow in the province, decisions about medical supplies may have to be made that go against every instinct a doctor has: deciding who lives and who dies. Ontario's bioethics table has released its triage guidelines for these decisions, raising red flags for people with disabilities. The Agenda discusses the triage protocols and the concerns they discriminate against people with disabilities.
Are Ontario's Triage Protocols Fair?
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Jan 13, 2021
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