'Slow and steady' approach key to preventing second wave of COVID-19: experts

TORONTO -- As life slowly returns to normal in Hubei province, China, the epicentre of the original COVID-19 outbreak, new modelling research suggests that lifting physical distancing measuresprematurely could lead to a second wave of cases later this year.

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