Many Canadian regions will likely go through a second COVID-19 lockdown soon. And questions about the resiliency of our food supply chain are emerging again.
With potentially 60,000 new COVID-19 national cases a day within weeks, it seems inevitable. Further lockdowns could well include even the Atlantic bubble.
The COVID-19 virus knows no borders and is now spreading like a wildfire. Toronto and Peel region are experiencing a second lockdown in nine months.
As news of a vaccine in reach gives hope, public health officials will naturally want to buy precious time and save as many lives as possible.
Rest assured though, this new cycle of lockdowns will be different.