anniversary of the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a pandemic.For many, the anniversary takes sombre tone. One full year isolated from friends and loved ones.
One full year out of work. One full year of life as we know it, thrown into complete disarray.To date, more than 2.5 million people — including 22,276 Canadians — have died from the virus, but its exact origin is still unknown.
One year since Canada’s 1st COVID-19 case. Here’s how daily life has changed for some A year into the pandemic, what has Canada learned, and how can these lessons be applied to the next health crisis?For the most part, some experts agree Canada did a fairly good job at keeping the health-care system from becoming overwhelmed as COVID-19 rampaged.