CDC removes warning on airborne spread of COVID-19
News/Health: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday it had posted guidance on possible transmission of the new coronavirus through airborne particles in error and it will be updating its recommendations.
CDC deletes coronavirus airborne transmission guidance, says update was 'draft version'
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a correction on its website Monday, saying a draft of proposed changes, including guidance on airborne transmission of coronavirus, was posted in error.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Monday
News/Canada: Provinces are reimposing restrictions on gatherings as health officials worry that the new increases in COVID-19 cases could lead to an equivalent spike in hospital patients or deaths in the coming weeks.
Struck by 'loneliness' of seniors in pandemic, N.B. student launches matchmaking program
News/Canada/New Brunswick: While delivering food to seniors in the early days of the pandemic, New Brunswick university student Hannah Crouse found that many were lonely, so she created a program matching students with seniors who they visit once a week and share a meal together.
Back to school means back to stress and anxiety for grandparents during coronavirus pandemic
News/Canada/Manitoba: Now that kids are back in school, grandparents are anxious about how and when they will visit and care for their grandchildren. While some are continuing to provide before and after school care, others are isolating because of their own health concerns.
Hospitalizations, deaths will follow Ontario's COVID-19 surge, but how many remains unclear
News/Canada/Toronto: The fresh spike in new COVID-19 cases in Ontario is not yet bringing an equivalent spike in hospital patients or deaths from the coronavirus, but experts say it's too early to draw conclusions.
Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Sunday
News/Canada: Two miners at the Hope Bay gold mine in Nunavut have tested positive for COVID-19. These are the first cases for the territory, but since they didn't originate in Nunavut, they'll instead be counted in other jurisdictions.
Montreal, Quebec City to face new restrictions as Quebec tries to fend off 2nd wave of COVID-19
News/Canada/Montreal: The Quebec regions of Montreal, Quebec City and Chaudière-Appalaches are expected to move to the "moderate alert" orange level under the province's regional alert system by Sunday.
'Ecological anxiety' and the psychological toll of choking wildfire smoke
News/Canada/British Columbia: Smoke in the summer has become common in B.C., a province with a warming climate marked by longer, nastier wildfire seasons. As the environmental catastrophes become more regular, so too do the psychological consequences — a sensation called "ecological grief" or "ecological anxiety," caused by seeing loss in the natural world.