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Just how safe is your bubble?

The Canadian Medical Association has launched testyourbubble.ca to help Canadians better understand how to protect themselves against COVID-19.
By: Madeleine Hall
December 16, 2020
Photo: testyourbubble.ca
Photo: testyourbubble.ca

As Canadians prepare for a holiday season like no other, the Canadian Medical Association has launched an interactive bilingual tool to help people better protect themselves and their loved ones against COVID-19. Testyourbubble.ca guides users through a number of questions about their activities and interactions to evaluate the effectiveness of their COVID-19 prevention practices. If a user's safety practices are not sufficient to stop the spread of COVID-19, they are guided towards tips on how to better protect themselves and others.

With advice from public health officials shifting in response to the number of COVID-19 cases in each area, it can be difficult to keep track of what is and isn't a safe practice. Take the quiz to find out how safe your bubble is!

Source: testyourbubble.ca

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