People say they want COVID-19 to become 'endemic.' But what does that really mean?

As Canadians grow increasingly weary after two years of COVID-19, many people are tossing around the term "endemic" as an expression of hope that we're moving into a stage where we pull back public health restrictions and live with the virus.

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