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‘This is NOT a blip’: COVID-19 cases are accelerating in Canada. Should we be worried?

Article content continued With schools starting back up again and businesses largely open, the challenges are more difficult than in March or April, because we’re starting at a baseline of greater exposure risk, he said. “And I think people really need to recognize that.” In March, there was a “captive sense of fear” and dread,… Read More »

What Canada must learn from its flawed COVID-19 response to get ready for a second wave

What went wrong? What can Canada do to fix it before the next wave hits? This detailed look at Canada’s delayed response to the coronavirus outbreak is part of the Post’s ongoing Lessons from a Pandemic series. The winds were light, the winter clouds thickening, when a 56-year-old man was taken by paramedics to a… Read More »