As nearly two million students return to classrooms for the first time in five monthsThe last two weeks because symptoms can progress quickly with more contagious and dangerous variants., the demand for COVID-19 tests in Ontario is expected to surge.
The average number of tests conducted daily in the province is currently running at less than half the 60,000 tests-per- day rate when schools were shuttered in early April. Since then, many COVID-19 assessment centres have reduced their hours or shut their doors.??
The resumption of in-person classes, at-school lunchesThe surge showing no sign of slowing, India, andToronto city council calls for provincial task force on vehicle thefts?extra-curricular activities means an increased risk of exposure to the novel coronavirusJason Kenney lays out plan for, particularly for elementary students younger than 12 who cannot be vaccinated.????s associate medical officer of health, said in a statement.?
Although the province is launching a new take-home COVID-19 testing project this week for some schools, the government is facing criticism that the program is?too limited.?