COVID-19 activity declining, but variants at ‘critical juncture,’ Tam says
Canada’s chief public health officer said Sunday that the collective efforts to fight COVID-19 are paying off, even as the country sits at a ‘critical juncture’ in the fight against fast-spreading variants. Dr. Theresa Tam said on Twitter that COVID-19 disease activity continues to decline and vaccination is heading in the right direction. But she said Canadians need to maintain COVID-19 precautions to protect each other, especially as cases of more contagious variants are mounting across the country. In a message published Sunday, Tam noted that COVID-19 has had a disproportionate impact on racialized communities.