Waste material from used COVID-19 rapid antigen tests are technically considered hazardous. Does this mean it’s OK to throw them in the trash? On CTVNews.ca, experts weigh in on what to do when it comes to disposing of used rapid tests.
As provinces rely more heavily on rapid antigen tests as part of their strategy to curb the spread of COVID-19, there have been concerns over the possibility of false positive results. A University of Toronto study has produced new data shedding light on the likelihood of such events.
Despite Omicron gaining a reputation as a 'mild' virus variant, doctors say Canadians can't afford to be so cavalier about Omicron. While the risks of infection seem lower to some individuals, abetting the variant's supercharged spread would have devastating consequences across society.
A Saskatchewan mother is asking the public for help in finding her seven-year-old daughter who was taken by her ex-husband months ago after refusing to allow the young girl to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The abrupt departure of Quebec's public health director last week was further evidence of the rocky road being navigated by the country's chief medical officers as the Omicron wave pushes the pandemic fight toward a third year.
The author of a ballistics report filed by the Crown in the Greg Fertuck murder trial says he was not aware of what gun Fertuck confessed to using in the alleged crime in an undercover police tactic.