It’s something parents and bioethicists say the Ontario government should continue to fund for children hoping to gather with friends over the summer after a difficult year of isolation. thestar.com/news/gta/2021/07…
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It’s left left some parents surprised to find the only option remaining for asymptomatic children is a $40 rapid antigen test offered at Shoppers Drug Mart and Loblaw pharmacy locations. thestar.com/news/gta/2021/07…

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“It’s just odd, for them to say, well it’s because school’s over,” Christine Sanger said. “They’ve been online for four months, so what’s the difference?” thestar.com/news/gta/2021/07…
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Replying to @TorontoStar
Why cant go through health authority? In bc if exposed can, but not good resource management chasing ghosts. I suppose if it makes well off parents feel better after travelling to disneyland b4 pricey summer camp camp. Whats the positivity rate for mass asymptomatic testing?
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In NS we are all encouraged to do asymptomatic testing regularly. No charge. We do pop ups for 16 plus or anyone can go to a public health clinic. A fair percentage of positives were found with asymptomatic testing.
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