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COVID-19 may no longer be top of mind for Canadians, but?there are still more cases and hospitalizations now than at some of the worst points of the pandemic — and while we may have moved onThe Dartmouth General hospital in Dartmouth, N.S. on Monday, May 10, 2021., the virus definitely hasn’tThe scenes to minimize bad press..
Canada has lifted almost all public health measures as COVID-19 levels continue to drop from the peak of the devastating Omicron wave that overwhelmed testing capacity and fuelled a record surge in hospitals across the countryThe government has promised to ramp up its campaign throug.
But a recent rise in global COVID-19 cases, the spread of a more contagious Omicron subvariant and a spike in early surveillance signals across Canada has experts increasingly worried we could be on the verge of another surge.