Critics Say Ontario's Health Guidance Downplays Aerosol Spread of COVID-19


Since the first wave, there has been mounting evidence that COVID-19 is spread primarily through the air in tiny particles, called aerosols, that are expelled when a person talks, coughs, or sneezes. However, much of Ontario's broad public health guidance has remained focused on precautions, such as distancing and hand-washing. Critics say this guidance is outdated, and dangerous for healthcare workers on the front lines, including those in long-term care settings.

Abstract Written By:
Laura Woodman
June 25, 2021

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