Trudeau government's COVID-19 report omits their own mask misinformation
Dr. Tam argued that masks were ineffective or possibly even harmful to wear on at least seven separate occasions prior to April 7.
Canada's top public health officer urged Canadians to plan Thanksgiving with COVID-19 in mind. Dr. Theresa Tam told reporters Sunday that indoor holiday gatherings with family and friends should be kept small.
"We know that addiction is not a choice," Tam told reporters. "It is a treatable medical condition and there are many different paths to wellness and recovery."
Unhealthy eating habits, encouraged by coronavirus contagion confusion, pose a more imminent danger that just making it harder to fit into a pre-pandemic wardrobe.
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says that a “safe restart” of the Canadian economy will take at least six to eight months.