UPDATE: Trudeau promises to share pandemic projections, Manitoba researchers investigate reusing masks, ethical guidelines for COVID-19, WHO to reassess advice on face masks, and new evidence of asymptomatic transmission.
Provisions of recent emergency legislation will make it easier for Canada to issue compulsory licences for medical products.
Aggressive testing and contact tracing were key to South Korea and Taiwan’s response, but it’s unclear if that’s still being done in Canada.
Canada’s COVID-19 outbreak is not yet at its peak, but its psychological impact is already being felt among health workers.
Health systems are working on creative ways to make the most of already strained health human resources.
Resident doctors’ personal and professional lives are up in the air until they can take licensing exams.
Canadians faced unprecedented restrictions on their social lives this week as governments stepped up mitigation efforts.
Without a supply of protective equipment, Ontario family physician Dr. Carola Collins and others have started making their own.
Conversion therapy ban, access to clean needles, and concerns over cord blood storage in this week’s top Canadian health news.
The declaration of a pandemic comes at a critical point for flattening the curve of COVID-19.