March 24, 2023

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Wearing a mask: The country begins a “difficult period of adjustment”

Wearing a mask: The country begins a "difficult period of adjustment"

Although many provinces are preparing to abandon masks, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) continues to advise Canadians to continue this personal practice “as much as possible.”

“Yes, it is a personal choice as the bonds have been withdrawn at this time. This is a difficult period of adjustment, but I would say it is prudent to wear a mask at this time as cases are likely to increase, ”D said.D Theresa Tom Friday.

This does not hide the fact that Canada, like some European countries, which has seen an increase in Kovid-19 cases after simple relaxations in health measures, is not immune.

So it’s up to everyone to decide if they want to continue with this “extra protective layer”.

Keep in mind that the Legalt government has announced that the mandatory wearing of the mask will end by mid-April, excluding public transport.

For dR Howard Nzu, assistant to dD Tom, wearing a mask, said, “It’s not necessary for him [qu’on le fait]But also to protect others.

“Science has not changed: we know what broadcasting is [et] We now know that Omicron can transmit a lot. “

DR However, Njoo noted that due to changing policies between government levels, the choice would be “complicated”, especially if some public spaces may necessarily continue to wear the mask, while others will not.

“I know it’s a good idea to continue wearing a mask if you’ve been in public with other people,” said D.C.R Nju.

For experts, governments are in the process of “finding a balance” between imposing broader measures to protect the population and the increasing responsibility that falls on individuals.

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