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Canada's top doctor calls for #COVIDKindness amid increase in cases

Dr. Theresa Tam cited being tested for COVID-19 if you are experiencing symptoms, and helping those awaiting test results with errands, as examples of how Canadians can care for one another during the pandemic.
By: Madeleine Hall
September 23, 2020
Photo: CBC News

Chief Public Health Officer of Canada, Dr. Theresa Tam took to Twitter last week to encourage Canadians to practice kindness as COVID-19 cases across the country begin to climb. Dr. Tam has been using the social media platform to share daily updates and advice since the early days of the pandemic. In this thread, she uses getting tested if you are symptomatic and offering to run errands for those awaiting test results as examples of how Canadians can continue to help each other out as the pandemic continues.

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