“It is very unlikely that we will be able to re-define [de la même manière qu’on l’a fait]», Says the director of public health of Quebec, Dr. Horacio Arruda, evoking the collateral effects of confinement.
Dr. Mylène Drouin, of Montreal Public Health, and he called on the population to collaborate with the agents who make the investigations to trace the contacts of the cases of COVID-19.
As the start of the school year approaches, she recalls that it is not necessary to have all children and teachers undergo a screening test without having had symptoms, or risky contact. with a person positive for the disease.
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