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Natasha Crowcroft

A man wearing a protective mask walks past the Bank of Canada Museum in Ottawa on March 27. Communicable diseases do not respect administrative boundaries, so effective surveillance depends on a national strategy to ensure that data enables timely and accurate disease estimation and identification of those at risk of infections or collateral health impacts, write Shaza Fadel, Sara Allin, and Natasha Crowcroft. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
A man wearing a protective mask walks past the Bank of Canada Museum in Ottawa on March 27. Communicable diseases do not respect administrative boundaries, so effective surveillance depends on a national strategy to ensure that data enables timely and accurate disease estimation and identification of those at risk of infections or collateral health impacts, write Shaza Fadel, Sara Allin, and Natasha Crowcroft. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade