Ontario struggles with a mounting backlog of sick people waiting to be tested for COVID-19.
Doctors answer your questions about the coronavirus, including whether or not the advice on masks has changed.
Long-term care homes across the country are reporting COVID-19 deaths and cases among residents and staff.
The health care workforce across Canada questions whether they’re prepared for a surge of COVID-19 cases as more fall ill and protective equipment runs low.
As more jurisdictions in the country adopt new rules against gatherings to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Canadian law enforcement is tasked with enforcing them.
With recent efforts to limit the spread of germs and reduce contact, a look at how to handle cash during a pandemic.
Do Canadian farmers need more support? CBC's Carole MacNeil puts your questions on food supply to experts.
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Front-line nurses and health-care workers are ringing the alarm on the shortage of personal protective equipment and say they worry they are endangering themselves, their...
As health-care workers across the country plead for more personal protective equipment, Health Minister Patty Hajdu said Ottawa “likely did not have enough” stockpiled to deal...
COVID-19 deaths exceed 1,000 in New York City leading to United States Vice-President Mike Pence to compare the country’s situation to that of Italy.
While expanding the lockdown in Italy until at least April, the country issues a new measure allowing people to go for one daily walk as the infection rate begins to decline.
Canada is calling for more people to help investigate coronavirus cases.
After Toronto announces that lockdown measures will be in place for at least another 12 weeks and B.C. says its will be there until the end of May, many Canadians are settling...
A rise in COVID-19 cases in Ontario overruns the province's intensive care units, with projections of more to come.
Despite older people and those with pre-existing conditions being more vulnerable, 12 per cent of those hospitalized in Canada with COVID-19 are under 40.
The National’s Andrew Chang looks at ways to avoid getting infected with the coronavirus while in an enclosed space, like an elevator.
It's about mask safety.