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Ontario Morning - Friday September 25, 2020 - Part 2
Masks can be irritating and inconvenient at times - but we should be wearing them in more situations according to Dasantila Golemi-Kotra an associate professor at York University in the biology of microbial infections; Alienor Rougeot is one of the organizers with Climate Strike Canada and a coordinator for Fridays For Future Toronto. She talks about the need to continue to press for action on climate change even in the midst of the pandemic; Tracey Dell, V-P of Operations for Shoppers Drug Mart explains how pharmacies will be helping to provide COVID-19 tests; Ryan Deska and Brian Swanton tell us how they help to rebuild the lighthouse at Lion's Head - again.
Michelle Hoad -O of the Medical Laboratory Professionals' Association of Ontario explains that a lack of qualified technologists will create a bottleneck if the province hopes to increase testing for COVID-19; We welcome Julianne Hazlewood to the host's chair at Ontario Morning.