If you could vote on Brexit now which option would you choose?
   

Rise in COVID-19 cases 'very well might be' start of second wave, doctor says


Rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in multiple provinces are stoking fears of a potential second wave, and one infectious disease expert says this surge in infections might 'very well' be the start of that next phase in the pandemic. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch says that current upward trends in B.C., Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec may be fuelling Canada’s second wave of coronavirus infections. 'It might be, it very well might be. We're certainly seeing these cases rumble up in the wrong direction, and quite frankly what happens over the next few weeks and then over the next month or two ahead really depends on us. If we let our guard down as citizens, if we let our guard down for example as businesses and organizations, then we'll see a spike in cases,' Bogoch told CTV's Your Morning on Tuesday.

CTV News - September 15, 2020

View the full story here: https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/rise-in-covid-19-cases-very-well-might-be-start-of-second-wave-doctor-says-1.5105105?cache=yes%3FclipId%3D89619