A resident waves from her window at Residence Herron, a long-term care facility in Montreal, where more than 30 residents have died of Covid-19. Photo: Reuters A resident waves from her window at Residence Herron, a long-term care facility in Montreal, where more than 30 residents have died of Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
A resident waves from her window at Residence Herron, a long-term care facility in Montreal, where more than 30 residents have died of Covid-19. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus study: Why Canada could still be social distancing in 2022, even after it flattens the curve

  • New modelling suggests repeated application of distancing measures will be needed to prevent health systems from being overwhelmed
  • Such measures could restrict infections to 2 per cent of the population – but could need to be enforced for 13 months out of two years, Ontario study suggests

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A resident waves from her window at Residence Herron, a long-term care facility in Montreal, where more than 30 residents have died of Covid-19. Photo: Reuters A resident waves from her window at Residence Herron, a long-term care facility in Montreal, where more than 30 residents have died of Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
A resident waves from her window at Residence Herron, a long-term care facility in Montreal, where more than 30 residents have died of Covid-19. Photo: Reuters
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