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Former St. Francis Memorial Hospital doctor loses ability to grant COVID-19 exemptions

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A doctor who had worked in the emergency department of the St. Francis Memorial Hospital has had restrictions put against him by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO).

Dr. Mark Raymond Trozzi can no longer provide medical exemptions to patients for COVID-19 vaccines, masks or testing. In addition, he must inform the College of any moves he makes in his practice, provide patient log copies to them, submit to regular inspections, and post signage informing patients of these new restrictions.

In a signed affidavit in support of the owner of Adamson’s Barbecue, the restaurant in Etobicoke that defied COVID-19 health restrictions, Dr. Trozzi says he holds views that COVID-19 PCR testing is manipulated and that masks and COVID-19 vaccines are harmful. Many health organizations have cast significant doubt on the truth of these claims.

St. Francis Staff has confirmed to Moose FM that Dr. Trozzi had worked in the emergency room at the hospital. However, he did not renew his emergency room privileges for this year. Dr. Trozzi confirmed in his affidavit that he resigned from all ER work by mid-February.

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