Experts say PCR tests for the virus that causes COVID-19 almost never return false positive results, but false negatives are more common.
A U.K. dental expert has suggested that frequent tooth brushing could be used as a preventative measure against COVID-19 in a similar vein to hand washing, a claim Canadian experts say is unfounded but may have some truth.
Twitter just added a warning label to a tweet from U.S. President Donald Trump that claimed, without evidence, he is immune to coronavirus after his physician cleared him to resume public activities.
While COVID-19 testing capacity has expanded across Canada, experts stress that the increased testing does not explain the worrisome trend in positive infections and that the 'lagging indicators' of hospitalization and deaths are still to come.
COVID-19 has convinced more Canadians to embrace ordering food online, led to relaxed alcohol delivery rules and will force the reimagining of delivery apps and create a spectrum of eateries, from those specializing in the experience of eating out to 'ghost kitchens' that just serve the takeout market.
Hand sanitizer is the new welcome cocktail at nearly empty resorts and sanitizing teams spray down rooms and luggage. This is tropical travel in 2020.
Will travel post-vaccine go back to how things were, or has your vacation been irrevocably changed?
Four experts on urban places say Canada's cities have a chance to emerge better than ever.