Canada's top doctor worried residents will let their guard down over Easter weekend


Canada's chief medical officer says she's concerned that people may let their guard down against COVID-19 over the upcoming holidays.

Dr. Theresa Tam says it's critical that Canadians observe Easter, Passover, Ramadan and Vaisakhi differently this year than in the past.

She says people should have holiday dinners and celebrations only with household members, and connect with others via phone or video-chat.