Mixed messaging around facemasks has been at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic as Canadians try to arm themselves with the correct personal protective equipment when venturing out of the house.
Here's how to wear, handle and dispose of a face mask correctly, according to guidelines from the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Adding additional bodies to the health care system is crucial in combating the COVID-19 crisis, according to a Toronto-based infection control epidemiologist.
They have become the reassuring faces of the fightback, and we are all thankful for it.
Friday afternoon, the Ontario government jolted its citizens with an ear-piercing emergency alert to their mobile phones, warning that travellers returning to the province are required by law to self-isolate for 14 days. The alert also advised all Ontarians to self-isolate.
As cases of COVID-19 continue to spread around the world, Canadians seem to be increasingly concerned about their health and safety.
While it's still not a confirmed symptom of COVID-19, many patients say they've lost their sense of smell since getting sick.
The virus that causes COVID-19 can live on surfaces for days, increasing the risk of infection. But here's how you can shield your furniture and belongings from the bug.Video: Sallyann Nicholls
Fraudsters are using the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit as a ploy to solicit funds from unsuspecting Canadians in a new text scam.
A B.C. woman who was living abroad in Spain during the COVID-19 outbreak is hoping Canadians will learn from other countries' mistakes.
Staff at many apartment and condo buildings across the country are ramping up their cleaning efforts as tenants are being advised to be extra cautious.
A viral video of a customer disinfecting his coffee cup reminds us that Tim Hortons workers are still expected to turn up during the worsening COVID-19 pandemic, and some are being denied paid sick leave by independent franchise owners.Video: Sallyann Nicholls
Public belief is physical distancing could end in a matter of weeks, but epidemiologists say it'll take months of following it to flatten the curve.
According to a newly recent online survey from Abacus Data, which polled 2,309 Canadians from Mar. 20 to 24, 40 per cent of respondents are “extremely worried” or “worried a lot” about the COVID-19 outbreak.
Both federal and provincial governments have been tightening restrictions and increasing penalties for Canadians who fail to respect rules meant to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
An infectious disease expert in Toronto is concerned that the idea there are more people over the age of 50 getting sick in Canada is due to an incomplete number of diagnoses.
Yahoo Canada will be asking doctors, researchers and other medical experts about how COVID-19 is progressing and things we all need to keep in mind during this pandemic, and we want to know what questions you have for them.
'Poor Jennifer' was quite literally caught with her pants down in front of her colleagues thanks to a tech gaffe.
The social-distancing, self-isolation and lockdowns have brought people together, and forced many to find ways to entertain themselves...Video: Sallyann Nicholls
As cases of COVID-19 continue to spread around the world, Canadians are increasingly concerned about their health and safety.