Coronavirus outbreak: Public park trespassers in Toronto could face $750 fine

Coronavirus outbreak: Public park trespassers in Toronto could face $750 fine

Tory said by-law officers and police will be conducted blitzes at public parks to ensure these rules are followed.REALITY CHECK: Police say they aren’t pulling over cars for coronavirus fines
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Marriott Got Hacked. Yes, Again

Marriott Got Hacked. Yes, Again

While Marriott bears ultimate responsibility, it's worth noting that both of its recent hacks were arguably indirect attacks.If you're one of them, you should have gotten an email Tuesday from the not-at-all-suspicious-looking address "[email protected]

It's Time to Face Facts, America: Masks Work

It's Time to Face Facts, America: Masks Work

The two most widely used types of masks are N95 respirators and surgical masks.Although surgical masks are not tightly sealed like N95s, the filters they contain are still a major impediment to microbes.

Coronavirus outbreak: Great Wall of China re-opens after COVID-19 shutdown

Coronavirus outbreak: Great Wall of China re-opens after COVID-19 shutdown

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The Ibuprofen Debate Reveals the Danger of Covid-19 Rumors

Two weeks ago, national and world health authorities—and armchair experts and worried well-meaning people—were warning anyone concerned about Covid-19 to avoid ibuprofen.The letter reviewed three early sets of case reports from China, covering almost 1,300 patients gravely ill with Covid-19.

Researchers Push For Mass Blood Tests as a Covid-19 Strategy

Researchers Push For Mass Blood Tests as a Covid-19 Strategy

But a simple blood test, like the kind Zaaijer’s team will perform on the donated blood, can tell whether it carries antibodies to Covid-19, which are produced when a person’s immune system responds after an infection.The tests work by measuring the level of antibodies in a sample of blood serum (hence their other name, serological tests).

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Coronavirus outbreak: Ontario government announces plan to open child care centres for frontline workers

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