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Lessons learned, forgotten from the 1st wave

As coronavirus cases spike in many parts of the country, Globe and Mail health columnist André Picard joins to discuss what lessons Canada learned from the first wave, and what lessons weren’t.
A woman in a mask walks in downtown Ottawa Oct. 28, 2020. (David Richard/Radio-Canada)

The second wave of the coronavirus is battering much of the country right now. Over the weekend, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec all had record-breaking new case numbers. As some familiar issues re-emerge, like deadly outbreaks at long-term care homes, we're talking to Globe and Mail health columnist André Picard about what Canadians learned from the first wave, and what lessons we've missed.

 

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