Patient-physician race concordance may modestly increase COVID-19 knowledge and information seeking

The paucity of public health messages that directly address communities of color might contribute to racial and ethnic disparities in knowledge and behavior related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Physicians have increasingly reached out to the community on social media. Whether or not these messages matter, and whether or not […]

COVID-19 levels in Saskatoon’s wastewater point to upcoming increase in cases

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers and partners at the City of Saskatoon (CoS) and the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) have developed a COVID-19 early warning system by sampling and testing the city’s wastewater for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Infected people shed virus traces through their feces, often even before COVID-19 symptoms […]