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How do I keep myself and my loved ones safe as restrictions around self-isolation are lifted?  

As physical distancing, handwashing and staying home have helped to reduce the spread of COVID-19, public health officials are starting to cautiously relax some self-isolation measures. Infectious disease expert Dr. Allison McGeer returns to The Dose with the latest facts about the risks.

Infectious disease expert Dr. Allison McGeer returns to The Dose with the latest facts and advice

A server and a bartender wear masks inside a restaurant in Vancouver after it re-opened on Tuesday. The easing of COVID-19 isolation measures varies by province and territory and public health officials will be closely watching for any increase in coronavirus cases over the coming weeks. (Maggie MacPherson/CBC)
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As physical distancing, handwashing and staying home have helped to reduce the spread of COVID-19, public health officials are starting to cautiously relax some of the self-isolation measures Canadians have been under for two months.

But we're still in a pandemic, with no vaccine or treatment for the coronavirus.  

Host Dr. Brian Goldman welcomes infectious disease expert Dr. Allison McGeer back to The Dose to give you the latest facts about the risks and advice on how to stay as safe as possible in these uncertain times.  


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