As coronavillae are cleared from the US, there are signs that many people in western and central Canada are still not comfortable with the virus, which has been spreading among some of their neighbours and has killed hundreds of people in southern California.
“I think the western Canadian population is pretty much the same as it was before,” said Dr. Andrew Brown, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Manitoba.
“People are just in shock, and it’s not like the pandemic where they were already in shock.”
The coronaviral spread has led to fears of the coronacovirus pandemic hitting the US in a big way.
There has been a major increase in cases of respiratory illness among those living in the western US and in the states of New York and California.
Dr. Brown said he believes the western states are “just getting the hang of it.”
“The western states have been so lucky to be at this point,” he said.
“We’ve been so fortunate to be able to be so insulated from it, to have so many vaccines, to be in such a low risk population.”
But, he added, “it’s a different story in southern states where the situation is more complicated and we don’t have as many vaccines.”
Many people living in southern and western Canada are afraid that coronaviruses might strike the US next year.
“There’s this fear that the virus will be around for the next few years,” said Mr. Brown.
“The virus is already spreading in the US and Canada.
We’ve seen the numbers, so the numbers in Canada are rising too.”
Dr. John MacLean, an associate professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, said the US is seeing a “worrisome trend” of coronavarials in southern countries.
“What we’ve seen is the number of cases increase in the USA, and we’re seeing that increase in Canada, and that’s very worrying for health officials,” he told CBC News.
He said the number is growing more slowly than in other countries in the Americas.
“You’ve got more cases in the United States than in Canada,” Dr. MacLean said.
Some experts are concerned that coronovirus may be re-emerging in the southern US next winter, when the temperatures in many of the southern states may be warm enough to create a new outbreak.
“A lot of people think that the warming is going to be there, and this virus is going through its cycles of incubation and dispersal and it will re-enter,” said Mark R. Haskins, an epidemiologist at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
“If it re-enters, it will probably be the most dangerous time.”
While some people in the south have been getting vaccinated, others have not.
A lot of cases in Canada The numbers are growing in Canada.
Dr Haskin said it’s too early to know how many people have been infected in the country.
“It’s very hard to say,” he added.
“So far, we’ve had very few cases in this country.
But that doesn’t mean we haven’t seen cases elsewhere.”
Dr Haspins said he doesn’t think the new coronavids are making the country more dangerous.
“All of us, all of us have seen some of the symptoms, but there’s not much that is really concerning about the new viruses,” he noted.
“In other words, we’re not yet seeing a large number of new cases.”
He said it is not uncommon for people in a certain region of Canada to experience a flu-like illness that makes them sick and that is then picked up by another region.
“That is a very real possibility, and is something we are watching very closely,” he cautioned.
Dr Brown, who said he is in regular contact with infectious disease specialists in the region, said that although many people feel they are being “protected” from the virus and are in no danger of getting sick, there is still the fear that some people might get infected.
“They’re still feeling the effects of the virus,” Dr Brown said.
Dr Andrew Brown of the University, Manitoba, is one of those who is concerned about the spread of coronavalirus in Canada and the risk of further infections.
(The Canadian Press) “It is very, very difficult for us to understand how people are feeling,” he continued.
“Because if you’re still in the flu-sick state, you’re probably not going to get sick from it.
Dr Brown also said there are many factors at play. “
To me, it’s a really important thing that we don to get caught up in this hysteria and panic that is going around.”
Dr Brown also said there are many factors at play.
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