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The paradox of prevention: By avoiding the worst, we remain vulnerable to future waves of disease, by via #COVID19 #HarmReduction
When said was on fire at HESA she wasn't kidding. So good we published an excerpt of his remarks.
Opinion: Testing will be our eyes and ears as we move forward to open our economy- The Globe and Mail ⁦
makes a powerful plea for increased testing & screening in this poignant piece. Our ⁦⁩ team met with him earlier this month as part of our work. Grateful for his generous gift of time.
Opinion piece from is poignant & perceptive. Example of smart insight: "This epidemic shows us that having labs with 21st-century diagnostic technology but public health information systems that depend on fax machines from 1995 will hold us back."
This piece by is brilliant - emphasizing the importance of the test-trace-isolate approach. He also reminds us that a lot of provinces have done this well. Ontario and Quebec remain the frustrating exceptions. #COVID19
“This is the defining paradox of public health: Our fundamental deliverable is the non-occurrence of events.” -⁦
Another great take on how we can, if we do it smartly, reopen in Canada and why we need to do it for the health of the population. Doctor says staying locked down puts at risk for future waves. Read & RT
This excellent article by very eloquently describes what we need to do and improve on. Let’s make it happen!!
Opinion: The paradox of prevention: By avoiding the worst, we remain vulnerable to future waves of #COVID19 /via
The paradox of prevention: By avoiding the worst, we remain vulnerable to future waves of disease
The paradox of prevention: By avoiding the worst, we remain vulnerable to future waves of disease via &
Terrific piece by . "We can’t fight an enemy we cannot see and we can’t see this epidemic without testing. Testing will be our eyes and ears as we move forward to open our economy."
‘The paradox of prevention: By avoiding the worst, we remain vulnerable’ Great commentary by ⁦⁩ as we contemplate the path forward. We are really going to need testing at scale and a coordinated public health/government response. #Covid_19