Life Unmasked

Life Unmasked

From lockdowns to renewed freedoms, how much has the COVID-19 pandemic messed everything up permanently? Life Unmasked looks ahead to the good times post-COVID but also dives into the things that will change forever. Most importantly – have we learned our lesson for next time?

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July 29, 2021 29 min
It was pretty common during the first and second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic to walk into a grocery store and see empty shelves—particularly in the toilet paper aisle. Customers spent hours in lengthy lines just to get in to big box stores to stock up on necessary and not-so-necessary items alike, despite the fact that experts kept insisting there were no supply shortages. So why wouldn’t our brains listen? In episode 4 of Life...
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With so much up in the air at the start of the pandemic, a lot of us were left trying to digest every new restriction, rule, or shut down on our own. Enter - the TV doctor. We check in with medical experts who helped guide the ship during the pandemic, and make everything more digestible for the public. This episode features Dr. Jennifer Kwan (@jkwan_md), Dr. Sumon Chakrabarti (@TorontoIDDoc), and Dr. Susy Hota (@HotaS...
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Ontario moves to Step 3 of its economic reopening plan on Friday, a transition that will allow most of the province to once again “open for business,” as the premier is fond of saying. Indoor dining, movie theatres and gyms will be allowed to operate for the first time in months while spectators will fill large venues such as sport stadiums and concerts yet again. Although mask wearing and some capacity restrictions remain in pla...
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Early in the pandemic, the world was told that COVID-19 could spread by surface contact in addition to through water droplets, leading to a surge in sales for hand sanitizer. Breweries and distilleries completely overhauled their operations to make it and the product couldn’t stay on the shelves—leading to a at least a few instances of price gauging at larger retailers. James Scott, a professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public H...
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