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Mona Nemer

Opinion | BY MONA NEMER | August 17, 2020
Canada’s Chief Medical Officer Theresa Tam, pictured June 16, 2020, arriving for that day's daily press conference in West Block. We all want a full return to normalcy, to a life in which COVID is of no more concern than the seasonal flu. I am confident that science will get us there. In the meantime, science has shown what we can all do to help: masking, physical distancing, frequent hand-washing, and reduced social circles can slow the spread of the virus to a trickle, writes Canada's chief science adviser to the prime minister Mona Nemer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONA NEMER | August 17, 2020
Opinion | BY MONA NEMER | August 17, 2020
Canada’s Chief Medical Officer Theresa Tam, pictured June 16, 2020, arriving for that day's daily press conference in West Block. We all want a full return to normalcy, to a life in which COVID is of no more concern than the seasonal flu. I am confident that science will get us there. In the meantime, science has shown what we can all do to help: masking, physical distancing, frequent hand-washing, and reduced social circles can slow the spread of the virus to a trickle, writes Canada's chief science adviser to the prime minister Mona Nemer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade