4 doctors not co-operating with investigations into COVID practices: Ontario medical regulator – CBC

College alleges 1 doctor says any attempt to gather records will be ‘resisted physically’

Nov 03, 2021

Ontario’s medical regulator says it is turning to the courts in an effort to compel four physicians to co-operate with its investigations into their practices regarding COVID-19, including the issuance of medical exemptions for vaccines.

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario says it has launched legal action with the Superior Court against Dr. Mary Elizabeth O’Connor, Dr. Mark Raymond Trozzi, Dr. Celeste Jean Thirlwell and Dr. Rochagne Kilian.

The regulator last week suspended Kilian’s medical licence, after previously barring her from issuing medical exemptions from COVID-19 vaccines.

Trozzi was also prohibited from issuing vaccine exemptions last month.

The regulator has previously urged doctors to be selective in issuing exemptions to COVID-19 vaccines, noting there are very few legitimate reasons to not get immunized against the virus.

The college has filed four notices of application laying out its allegations against the doctors.

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/cpso-investigating-four-doctors-1.6235435

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