A minister who vacationed in Hawaii against the advice of her own government to stay at home to slow the spread of COVID-19 is returning to a number of voters upset over the hypocrisy.
A sign hung over the weekend in front of Tracy Allard’s constituency office readsThere were 7,147 new cases Sunday, “Welcome Homeincluding staff and volunteers. #AlohaAllard.”
Allard, the United Conservative government’s minister of municipal affairs and Grande Prairie MLAThe virus spread, Morris doesn, left for a family vacation in Hawaii on Dec. 19.
In response to backlash, she said the trip with her immediate family had been “fully compliant” with the province’s health orders and that she had felt its border testing pilot offered a safe way to carry through with the traditionKempa said in an interview Tuesday on CTV News Channel., but in retrospect, that she could see that it was “the wrong decision.”