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WATCH LIVE: Trudeau and chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam will provide an update on COVID-19 AT 11:30 a.m.

“Our challenge now and going forward is to remain united in our efforts to get all of Canada back on a 'slow burn,”' Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer, said Sunday in a statement.

"Our challenge now and going forward is to remain united in our efforts to get all of Canada back on a 'slow burn,"' Dr. Theresa Tam said.

Dr. Theresa Tam is urging Canadians to continue making a “collective effort” to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic as parts of the country face new rounds of restrictions.

COMING UP LIVE at 11:30 a.m. ET: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc, Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam and Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Howard Njoo give an update on COVID-19 in Canada.

Dr. Theresa Tam described the all-out rush to try to secure the supplies needed for a robust domestic response as "swabaggedon" at a virtual conference on Wednesday.

Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam advised parents and kids to maintain physical distancing while trick-or-treating outside, to stick to pre-packaged treats and to have hand sanitizer readily available. @cattunneycbc 

WATCH: Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says kids can go trick-or-treating if everyone wears masks and follows protocols. @salimah_shivji 

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Can tiny airborne particles spread COVID-19? Under pressure, Dr. Theresa Tam says it may be time to revisit that question. My story here:

Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam advised parents and kids to maintain physical distancing while trick-or-treating outside, to stick to pre-packaged treats and to have hand sanitizer readily available.

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Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam urges Canadians to keep up practices that have slowed the spread of COVID-19: 'The virus doesn’t care about our past efforts. It’s what we do now that matters. We’ve come too far, lost too much, and have so much to protect.'

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Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says of the COVID-19 pandemic: 'I want Canadians to take to heart that even though we have done well, all it takes is letting our guard down, a lack of understanding, or forgetfulness, to compromise the gains we have achieved together.'

Today marks Dr. Theresa Tam’s third anniversary as the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada. Join me in thanking @CPHO_Canada  for all her hard work and dedication over the years, and for her ongoing commitment to keeping Canadians healthy!

Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer, says Canadians should wear a mask as an "added layer of protection" whenever physical distancing is not possible.

Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam recommends wearing non-medical masks in public when physical distancing isn't possible. More here:

Chief public health officer Theresa Tam says there isn't enough evidence to support herd immunity as a way to re-open society, as Quebec's premier is considering the approach to restart his province's economy.

A Conservative MP sent a Rebel-esque racist smear at Dr. Theresa Tam. A few CPC MPs disavowed it. But many in the party didn't, and that tells you a lot about Andrew Scheer, the men who might replace him, and a Canadian sickness doctors can't make better:

I usually reserve my opinions for @globeandmail  columns but feel compelled to write a brief thread about the public maligning of Dr. Theresa Tam@CPHO_Canada  and criticisms she has been 'flip-flopping' on issues like the usefulness of masks 1/

Canada's top public health officer says this week will be a crucial period in the fight against COVID-19. Dr. Theresa Tam says the impact of physical distancing measures could become clearer in coming days.

Canada's public health officer says the time to act on COVID-19 is now. Dr. Theresa Tam is urging all Canadians to follow control measures that can greatly slow the spread of the novel coronavirus and help prevent large spikes in COVID-19 cases, known as flattening the curve.

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