Secrecy, top security surround Windsor vaccine deliveries, supplies

“It’s belts and suspenders and ropes, meaning we have backups to backups to backups,” said David Musyj, CEO of Windsor Regional Hospital, which runs vaccination sites at the St.

“They started in Ottawa and just drove down the 401 doing all these assessments,” said Michael Broderick, Windsor Regional Hospital’s manager of safety and security.

“Their concern, and this was our concern, is when it’s part of an existing hospital, there are too many other people coming in and having access to the hospital,” he said.

The calls are held as part of Ontario’s Incident Management System , a provincewide standardized approach to handling emergencies.

“So we would just make sure that whenever the vaccine came into the city, that we assisted escorting it to St.

When the vaccines arrive at the SportsPlex and Windsor Hall, more officers are waiting.

The gear also came with new command centres, feeding security personnel at each facility with views of the whole building from one desk.

“During operating hours, as you can imagine because of all the different phasing and regulations in terms of who can get shots and when, sometimes you might have people show up that get upset,” said Potvin.

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