How Canada can avoid past mistakes as COVID-19 restrictions lift | CBC News

2022-01-29 5:00:00 PM

If the last two years of the pandemic have taught us anything, it's that the virus doesn't work on our schedule. And while we may feel like we're done with COVID-19, it's not necessarily done with us.

If the last two years of the pandemic have taught us anything, it's that the virus doesn't work on our schedule. And while we may feel like we're done with COVID-19, it's not necessarily done with us.

Canada is entering a new phase of the pandemic as restrictions are set to ease across much of the country. But avoiding the mistakes of the past and keeping the public onside will be extremely challenging as Omicron continues to hammer our health-care system.

Posted: Jan 29, 2022 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours agoA man wearing a mask crosses a snowy street in Toronto. If the last two years of the pandemic have taught us anything, it's that the virus doesn't work on our schedule. And while we may feel like we're done with COVID-19, it's not necessarily done with us.

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Shouldn't not making the same mistakes include not using the same methods to 'end' it. Things like lockdowns, masks and vaccine mandates. None have worked so far, so why do we keep using them? Living a normal life, is NOT a mistake. People who catch CoViD, did nothing wrong. CBC you are actually the WORST

It never will be because its a fricken virus! The %1 cleverly used this COVID saga by muzzling scientists who were against such extreme lock down measures around the world. No more G7 G20 protests, instead they virtually set policies 4 controlling the word better than before! Sorry social justice seekers!

Impeach Justine Trudeau! Trudeau, during your 3rd term, set-up a new charity & called it THEY, & if something happened again, tell media & Canadians “THEY” did it not “WE!” Trudeau's mother officially became the only Canadian woman whose husband and son both become prime ministers for 2 & 3 terms, respectively!

CNN North has gotten so ridiculous posting dozens of covid stories daily,i think they conducting some kind of study oh how much we can take I’m triple vaxxed and got Covid, my unvaxxed partner had it at the same time and had less severe symptoms! I’m done with this! FreedomConvoy2022 JustInflation I rest of the world seem to be moving on. Except the countries trying to impress Dr.Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum…hmmmm

PM Trudeau in isolation after COVID-19 exposurePrime Minister Justin Trudeau has been exposed to COVID-19 and is isolating for five days. He said that after learning about the exposure last night he took a rapid test and tested negative. The prime minister said he is feeling fine and will be working from home. Either it’s a good excuse to not meet and speak at the trucker rally or an even better excuse to head to Costa Rica today. LMFAO 😂 😂 🤣🤣. His way of avoiding 50,000 truckers and a half a million people TruckerConvoy2022 TruckersForFreedom2022

adamsmiller It's done , it's mutated milder. we want out! you guys are really at the bottom of the barrel now Blah blah blah 🥱 End a Covid restrictions today. We will never forget the lies you told us for the last two years. TruckersForFreedom2022 Live with COVID-19... It’s also taught us to pay less attention to fear porn from media. CBC = Can Bullshit Contiuously.

You love the fear porn eh? BC and Ontario top doctors say it's time to live with covid. Much of the western world has the same approach. I am done with CBCnews, that I can tell The part missing in this planning is that so many people are afraid!!!

Ontario reports another 70 COVID-19 deaths as ICU patients decreaseOntario is reporting another 70 deaths related to COVID-19 while the number of patients being treated with the disease in intensive care continues to drop.

‘Freedom Rally’ convoy of truckers protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates rolls through Toronto ThursdayFollow LIVE: ‘Freedom Rally’ convoy of truckers are protesting COVID-19 vaccine mandates as they roll through Toronto today. The latest here: Wow! Just look at all those rig...pickup trucks, SUVs and sedans. 🙄 FluTruxKlan Quite the echo in this chamber irresponsible, I believe

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in isolation after COVID-19 exposureIn a tweet, Trudeau said Thursday he learned of the contact after a three-day cabinet retreat. Let me know when he's on a ventilator How convenient. Coward

Trudeau says he's isolating after exposure to COVID-19 | CBC NewsPrime Minister Justin Trudeau says he's isolating for five days after he was exposed to COVID-19. How convenient A fool for the whole world to see Lmao of course knowing the huge amount of people coming down the highway&despite their traumatic yr some first nations r joining this freedom convoy,so unifying run& hide Trudeau but u need to resign

Quebec reports 56 more COVID-19 deaths as hospitalizations drop by 117Quebec is reporting 56 new COVID-19 deaths with 3,153 in hospital and 235 in intensive care Drop one day and climb the next

· Posted: Jan 29, 2022 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours ago A man wearing a mask crosses a snowy street in Toronto.Trudeau said in a tweet Thursday morning that he learned about the exposure Wednesday night.On Thursday, health officials confirmed that at least 3,645 people with COVID-19 are in hospital, including 559 people in intensive care units (ICU).Article was updated 8 mins ago JOIN THE CONVERSATION Truckers with the “Freedom Rally” will make their way through the GTA’s main roadways Thursday.

If the last two years of the pandemic have taught us anything, it's that the virus doesn't work on our schedule. And while we may feel like we're done with COVID-19, it's not necessarily done with us. This comes just after the prime minister wrapped up what was described as a “virtual” retreat with his cabinet, but did see some ministers standing alongside Trudeau during an in-person press conference on Parliament Hill on Wednesday night. (Evan Mitsui/CBC) . Fifty-seven per cent of hospitalized patients were admitted for COVID-19.