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"While it seems like a small matter, it carries with it potentially a big risk. It's the wrong thing to do. It is bone-headed conduct, and quite frankly, littering, even if you leave aside the health-care aspects of this," Toronto Mayor John Tory says.
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"You may think it's OK getting in your car and driving about, but the fewer people we have on the roads means fewer trips to gas stations," said Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health, who is urging people to stay off the roads when possible.
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Having your friends over for dinner or coffee? That's not social distancing, warns Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto's medical officer of health.