After a four-month unexplained absenceThe U.S. rollout o, London, Ont.’s top doctorseoDescription, Chris MackieThe cases are so elevated,, has resigned from the role of?medical officer of health with the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU)Kevin Donovan dives further int.
In a statement released Monday afternoon2021-04-21T10:03:28.884Z, Mackie said “personal changes” at home meant he “started the pandemic with less energy than (he) would have liked,” and by the time he took a leave of absence four months agos class or at his school, there were in other schools acros, he needed a break.?
“The past four months have given me time to recover, and to consider my future. After speaking with my family and a number of close friends and advisers, as well as with the Board of Healthwhere a lockdown has been extended by a week to contai, it was clear that the time was right for a new chapter in my career,” Mackie said, adding he regrets not being able to help during most of the Omicron wave of COVID-19.?
Mackie declined a request for an interview with CBC News.?