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Employers hope to breathe easier and limit COVID-19 infections by improving ventilation

While the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Ontario government have released guidance on improving ventilation in workplaces, employers that want to improve air quality have largely had to seek out their own advice.

Families eager for results as drug companies test vaccines for use on children, teens

'If we have big pockets of children that are not immunized, that community is not immune,' doctor says

Pilot programs reveal benefits and limitations of COVID-19 rapid testing

Businesses and institutions are learning how to best deliver onsite rapid tests as part of efforts to make them more widely available.

Vulnerable Toronto neighbourhoods push for priority access to COVID-19 vaccines

This is not a case for jumping the queue, advocates say, it’s about recognizing that entire pockets of people are more at risk because of their socioeconomic status.

Canada building facilities to make vaccines for COVID-19 and other viruses

Vaccine independence is important, because relying on relationships with other countries doesn’t always work, researchers say.

How social media platforms and personalities are countering false information about COVID-19 vaccines

Social media companies are seeking to separate posts by people asking legitimate questions about COVID-19 vaccines from those spreading misleading information.

How the health system is addressing vaccine hesitancy, a looming hurdle in race to end pandemic

Top public health officials are working on a campaign to inform Canadians about the safety of a COVID-19 vaccine.

How businesses and schools are dealing with airborne COVID-19 and preparing for a winter indoors

Good building ventilation is the key to reducing indoor transmission, bioaerosols researcher says.

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