WATCH LIVE: Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Howard Njoo is giving a COVID-19 update.
Victoria's Deputy Chief Health Officer has kept her job but received social media training after a tweet sparked calls for her to resign. New guidelines for the entire public service will now be brought in as a result of the scandal. @tdolling #7NEWS
Watch @TheSorryGirls , @petermckinnon and @simplypodlogica chat with Canadian Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Njoo about common questions around COVID-19 and how we can all gain more insight online. →
BTW, Canada's Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Howard Njoo said on Feb. 26: "We have contained the virus."
Deputy chief public officer says Canadians will be dealing with coronavirus for some time yet. 'It won't be days or weeks,' Dr. Howard Njoo says. Authorities continue to say the best thing Canadians can do for themselves and others is to follow the advice of health professionals.
Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Howard Njoo stressed on Friday that personal protective equipment needs to be conserved for frontline health-care workers. "They are not for someone to put on their face to go to the grocery store." More here:
Deputy chief public health officer Dr Njoo says there have been +92’000 tests so far. 54’000 over the past 5 days alone.