Tam says feds, experts discussing COVID-19 vaccine orders amid concerns of delay
Canadian Press | July 28, 2020
“The Canada Day long weekend may have resulted in some big parties . . . . Those social gatherings have accelerated the cases,” she said.
Tam said as much as efforts are being made to “reopen the socioeconomic space as much as possible” there could be rollbacks if the infections continue to rise.
“If people don’t collaborate and support this effort, things could be tightened up again,” she said.
They’re not “infections”–just positive test results from unreliable tests. Most people have mild symptoms according to the CDC: “Most people who have gotten COVID-19 have not gotten very sick. Only a small group of people who get it have had more serious problems.”