Topic: your coronavirus questions
Does the AstraZeneca vaccine cause more common side-effects than others? Your coronavirus questions answered
Also: Can I mix vaccine brands yet? And does taking Aspirin reduce the risk of getting a blood clot? More answers to your pandemic questions.
Is your N95-style mask failing you? Lab tests show some falling way short of filtration standards
To find out how much Canadians can trust the N95-style masks they're buying, CBC’s Marketplace tested 14 KN95 and KF94 respirator brands purchased from Amazon and big box stores.
'What if I've already had one dose?' Your AstraZeneca vaccine questions answered
Canadians have been on a roller-coaster with changing guidance on the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine, but an infectious disease specialist says there’s reason to be optimistic.
AstraZeneca-Oxford's COVID-19 vaccine safety questions answered
The recommendation to pause AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccinations among Canadians under age 55 has prompted questions. It follows concerns the vaccine might be linked to a rare blood clotting condition. Here are some answers on the ongoing investigations.
Is it OK to mix and match different vaccines? Your COVID-19 questions answered
Health officials don't recommend having different types of COVID-19 vaccines for your two shots, but doctors say a unique clinical trial in the United Kingdom could inform a more flexible rollout in Canada.
Is AstraZeneca vaccine safe for people who've had blood clots? Your COVID-19 questions answered
AstraZeneca has been in the headlines recently over concerns that some people were developing blood clots after receiving the vaccine. Here are some answers to questions you may have.
Can vaccinated grandparents finally see their grandkids? Your coronavirus questions answered
Can fully-vaccinated seniors safely get together? What about gathering with unvaccinated grandchildren? Your questions, answered.
COVID-19 infection vs. vaccination: Which is better for immunity?
Both a COVID-19 infection and a vaccination are expected to train your immune system to protect you from getting sick with it in the future. But how are they different? Medical experts think vaccination is safer and better protection than a natural infection.
Should I wear a mask outdoors? Your COVID-19 questions answered
The official advice on wearing masks and other suggestions for renewed vigilance.
Why is there no flu amid so many COVID cases? Your COVID-19 questions answered
Why are flu numbers so low even in places where COVID-19 is going strong? Plus, why aren't vaccine providers wearing gloves?
Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines have been approved in Canada. Here's what you need to know about them
Moderna's vaccine is the second to be approved in Canada. You might have some questions. How effective are vaccines? What are the side effects? What about allergic reactions? And when can you expect to get your shot? Here are the answers.
Can mRNA vaccines alter your DNA? More of your COVID-19 vaccine questions answered
As the first shots of coronavirus vaccines are delivered in Canada, CBC News talks to the experts to answer your questions about this kind of vaccine and the clinical trials that got them to this point, including: Is the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine safe for children and pregnant women?
Once someone is vaccinated, do they still have to wear a mask? Your COVID-19 vaccine questions answered
Now that a COVID-19 vaccine has been approved in Canada and the first shots have been given, lots of you have questions about vaccines. We talked to the experts to get you some answers.
How risky is it to go shopping now? Your coronavirus questions answered
As a second wave of COVID-19 hits many provinces, is it safe to go shopping? Can seniors go for a walk in the mall? Is there a safe way to get together? Your questions, answered.
Does this mean Christmas is cancelled? Your COVID-19 questions answered
As COVID-19 cases rise in many provinces, how can you and your family celebrate Christmas safely this year? How do you talk to your family about your holiday plans? Is it safe to give and receive presents, cards or cookies? Your questions, answered.
Polypropylene is now recommended in masks. Should I be concerned? Your mask questions answered
How close can you get to others when you're both wearing masks? Is it your right not to wear one? Can you wear a mask under your nose? Are frozen masks less effective? And now that polypropylene is recommended in masks, should I be worried about breathing it in? Here are the answers to your latest questions on masks and COVID-19.
Is more testing behind the record numbers of COVID-19 cases in Canada? Your testing questions answered
Are the record case counts in many provinces caused by increased testing? How long are test samples good for? Why can’t you provide a stool sample instead of getting a nose swab? Are pharmacy tests accurate? Here are the answers to some of your COVID-19 testing questions.
Thanksgiving and other gatherings: Your COVID-19 questions answered
As COVID-19 cases rise in many provinces, how can you and your family celebrate Thanksgiving safely this year? Are small dinner parties OK? Can you still have get-togethers outdoors? What if you wear masks and physically distance? Is it still OK to eat at restaurants?
Is heat needed to clean reusable masks? Your COVID questions answered
Is heat or soap more important for cleaning reusable masks? Are damp masks less effective? What’s a safe way to travel to a COVID testing centre if you don’t own a car? Can you get COVID twice? Are infrared thermometers dangerous? Your questions answered.
Why can't we just get tested instead of isolating after international travel? Your COVID-19 questions answered
Why can’t you get a COVID-19 test instead of quarantining after travel? Can connecting passengers leave the airport? Your questions answered.
Can I use a mouth shield instead of a mask? Your COVID-19 questions answered
Mouth shields look cool, but do they work? Is dancing at weddings allowed? And what’s the safest way to hug? We’re answering your pandemic questions.
How many masks should my child take to school? Your back-to-school mask questions answered
In most parts of Canada, kids are heading back to school for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic started. Here, experts answer your most pressing questions about managing masks in school.
Can kids still see their grandparents? Your back-to-school COVID-19 questions answered
With the first day of school just weeks away, CBC News readers have had lots of questions. Can kids see their grandparents once school starts? Should kids get tested before September? Is it safe to take the school bus? What happens if my child shows symptoms? Here are some answers.
Masks: Everything you need to know but might be too afraid to ask
We’ve received more than 1,000 questions about masks from Canadians, and some inquiries show that many of you are just straight-up confused about wearing them. We took your most common and curious questions to the experts.
Living with face masks: How to stow them, reuse disposables and more
Now that many of us will be wearing masks regularly for the foreseeable future, how can we make it work? Can you reuse disposable masks? Can you keep masks on your chin or dangling on your rearview mirror when not in use? How many does your child need for school? Here are some tips for living with masks.