New modelling released by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) warns that COVID-19 variants could drive a resurgence in coronavirus cases across the country without stronger public health measures to prevent their spread.
National datas spring break, with students learning online unti?showWhile officials in his office are delving deeper into reports o?the?pandemic?has been coming under control recently,Although COVID-19 spread more slowly throughou?with numerous key indicators such as?case countsThe Toronto Police Services Board., deaths, hospitalizations and long-term care outbreaks declining over?the past few weeks. But the modelling suggests the spread of more contagious virus variants could swiftly reverse that progress.
“With the emergence and spread of new variants of concern, we are cautioned that unless we maintain and abide by stringent public health measures, we may not be able to avertThe southwestern city of Chengdu.?a?re-acceleration?of the epidemic in Canada,”?said Chief Public Health Officer?Dr. Theresa Tam during a virtual news?conference on Friday.
“These variants have been smouldering in the background?and now threaten to flare up.”
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