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Dr. Bonnie Henry : Influenza & Covid19 Not same | Be Prepared for the second wave this fall

Darpan News Desk, 22 May, 2020
  • Dr. Bonnie Henry : Influenza & Covid19 Not same | Be Prepared for the second wave this fall

Province's top doctor Dr. Bonnie Henry says BC needs to be ready for a second wave of the novel coronavirus we need to put into practice what we have learned so far. She says as we slowly re-open we need to make sure that we practice physical distancing, hand-sanitization and most importantly stay calm and stay safe.

 

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