July 1 ‘best-case scenario’ for lifting some Covid-19 restrictions says government report

Report from Government Operations Centre

No one has put a timeline on how long COVID-19 restrictions might be in place.

However, a federal Government Operations Centre (GOC) report obtained by the National Post suggests the best-case scenario is July 1.

And that’s not cast in stone.

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There are so many variables, the rise and fall in cases of the virus chief among them. And the key to getting a handle on that is to heed the advice from all levels of government to stay home until you need groceries or other essential items. If you do venture out, to get some fresh air or some exercise, be sure to maintain that six-metre gap between you and everyone else.

The sooner we all do that the sooner we get back to some semblance of normal.

banner image via Matthew Hurst on Flickr

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