British Columbia’s top doctor says that a second wave of COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus is inevitable in Canada, but that the lessons learned over the past few months will help inform future responses.
As the country slowly reopens, Henry said that testing will continue to be crucial, particularly when the flu returns in the fall. We need to be able to understand…
The most effective measures will be tested as the provincial economy reopens, and starting on June 1, students can voluntarily return to classrooms. Dr. Bonnie Henry said: “We want to make sure that there’s not a long period of time where [students] don’t have that direct contact, but we need to do it in a way that’s […]
How contact tracers in London, Ont. are tracking the virus in the community, one case at a time. The phone call goes straight to voicemail. A good sign, says Julie Frederick, who is trying to reach a London, Ont., man with a positive COVID-19 test result. She expects he’s on the other line and will […]