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  • >> Ian: GOOD EVENING, I'M IAN

  • HANOMANSING.

  • TONIGHT, CONCERNS THE

  • CORONAVIRUS IS ENTERING A NEW

  • PHASE IN CANADA, CIRCULATING IN

  • THE COMMUNITY.

  • FROM MAT MASS TRANSIT TO PUBLIC

  • GATHERINGS.

  • >> WE NEED TO START CHANGING OUR

  • APPROACH.

  • >> Ian: AND WHY SOME DOCTORS

  • SAY, IF YOU'RE SICK, DON'T GO TO

  • THE E.R.

  • >> RIGHT NOW I'M JUST WAITING TO

  • HUG HIM.

  • >> Ian: A TEEN BOY RESCUED AFTER

  • HE WAS ABDUCTED, TAKEN AS

  • COLLATERAL FOR A STEP BROTHER'S

  • DRUG DEBT.

  • >>> THE TRAGIC CONSEQUENCES OF

  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

  • >> HE NEVER LEFT HER ALONE.

  • >> AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS.

  • THE CIRCLE OF SUPPORT THAT SOME

  • SAY IS SAVING LIVES.

  • CANADIAN HOCKEY'S FIRST OLYMPIC

  • CHAMPIONS MIGHT SURPRISE YOU.

  • >> THIS WAS AN UNDERDOG STORY

  • THAT ENDED UP BEING A MOMENTOUS

  • CANADIAN STORY.

  • >> Ian: A NEW TRIBUTE FOR A

  • HISTORY-MAKING TEAM.

  • THIS IS "THE NATIONAL".

  • IN AN EPIDEMIC, FEAR CAN EASILY

  • OUTRUN FACTS.

  • A DAY AFTER WE LEARNED OF THE

  • FIRST COVID-19 CASE IN CANADA

  • WITH NO DIRECT LINK TO TRAVEL,

  • THE FEAR IS THE VIRUS IS

  • RAMPANT.

  • THE FACTS SAYING THE EXPERTS,

  • NOT HERE, NOT NOW.

  • HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE ACTING AS

  • DISEASE DETECTIVES, TRACKING

  • CASES OF THE VIRUS, ISOLATING

  • THOSE WHO COME IN CONTACT WITH

  • IT.

  • THE RISK, OFFICIALS STRESS,

  • REMAINS LOW, ALTHOUGH

  • YESTERDAY'S B.C. CASE OF

  • APPARENT COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION

  • IS A SIGN THE CLOCK IS TICKING.

  • FOR THE MOST PART, CANADA IS

  • DEALING WITH INDIVIDUAL CASES OR

  • SMALL CLUSTERS LINKED TO TRAVEL

  • OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY.

  • YET, VIK ADHOPIA HAS THE STORY

  • OF ONE CASE.

  • >> Reporter: AFTER RETURNING

  • FROM LAS VEGAS FOR THREE DAYS

  • THIS WEEK, THE MAN TOOK THE

  • TRANSIT WITH RUSH HOUR CROWDS,

  • TO AND FROM WORK, UNTIL HE

  • SHOWED UP AT A TORONTO HOSPITAL

  • ON WEDNESDAY.

  • >> THE INDIVIDUAL IDENTIFIED

  • THAT THEY HAD THE ONSET OF

  • COUGH, A MILD COUGH.

  • AND THAT IS THE PRIMARY SYMPTOM.

  • >> Reporter: THE MAN WHO IS IN

  • HIS 40s IS NOW RECOVERING AT

  • HOME.

  • HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY THE RISK TO

  • PASSENGERS IS LOW, BUT THEY'RE

  • NOW TRACING WHO THE MAN MIGHT

  • HAVE HAD CONTACT WITH, WHERE HE

  • PICKED UP THE CORONAVIRUS ISN'T

  • CLEAR, LAS VEGAS DOESN'T HAVE A

  • KNOWN OUTBREAK.

  • OFFICIALS PREDICT IT'S ONLY A

  • MATTER OF TIME UNTIL THE VIRUS

  • WILL BE PASSED ON LOCALLY.

  • >> SHOULD WE FIND OURSELVES IN A

  • CIRCUMSTANCE WHERE WE'RE SEEING,

  • HMM, THERE IS LOCAL

  • TRANSMISSION, WE NEED TO START

  • CHANGING OUR APPROACH THEN.

  • >> Reporter: THE T.T.C. IS

  • ALREADY DOING THAT, DISINFECTING

  • VEHICLES MORE FREQUENTLY.

  • AS FOR PASSENGERS --

  • >> NOT VERY CONCERNED.

  • IT'S SAD FOR THOSE AFFECTED BY

  • IT, BUT DON'T NEED TO PANIC.

  • >> YOU'RE WONDERING IF THE

  • PERSON SITTING NEXT TO ME IS

  • INFECTED.

  • >> SECURITY GUARD HAD IT, THAT

  • WAS WHACK, BUT HE HANDLED

  • PROPERLY.

  • >> Reporter: IF TORONTO

  • CONTINUES TO SEE UNEXPLAINED

  • CASES IT COULD CHANGE THE

  • DEFINITION OF WHO IS AT RISK AND

  • WHO SHOULD BE TESTED OR EVEN

  • RETESTED.

  • >> AND I KNOW IN OTHER

  • JURISDICTIONS THEY'VE GONE AHEAD

  • AND TESTED INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE,

  • FOR EXAMPLE, ILL WITH SEVERE

  • RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS SO IT

  • MIGHT BE LOOKING FOR THE VIRUS

  • IN CASES THAT DID NOT HAVE CLEAR

  • EXPOSURE.

  • >> Reporter: DR. SAMIRA MUBAREKA

  • IS TAPPING INTO $27 MILLION OF

  • NEW FEDERAL RESEARCH MONEY TO

  • STUDY HOW LONG THE CORONAVIRUS

  • SURVIVES IN THE AIR AND ON

  • SURFACES.

  • A KEY UNKNOWN FOR OFFICIALS

  • TRYING TO PREVENT MORE

  • TRANSMISSIONS.

  • VIK ADHOPIA, CBC NEWS, TORONTO.

  • >> Ian: B.C. IS HOME TO CANADA'S

  • FIRST APPARENT CASE OF SO-CALLED

  • COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION.

  • THE PROVINCE, LIKE ONTARIO,

  • REMAINS FOCUSED ON TRACKING AND

  • CONTAINING THE VIRUS, BUT IT'S

  • NOT RULING OUT TAKING MORE

  • EXTREME MEASURES.

  • >> Reporter: TODAY, B.C.

  • UNVEILED ITS PLAN TO FIGHT THE

  • OUTBREAK.

  • >> IT'S A VERY CHALLENGING VIRUS

  • TO BE ABLE TO CONTAIN AND WE'VE

  • SEEN THAT GLOBALLY.

  • >> Reporter: SO FAR THE PROVINCE

  • HAS 21 CONFIRMED CASES,

  • INCLUDING ONE PATIENT IN

  • INTENSIVE CARE.

  • ONE CASE IS TROUBLING BECAUSE SO

  • FAR IT CAN'T BE TRACED BACK TO

  • EARLIER INFECTIONS.

  • IT HAS OFFICIALS SCRAMBLING,

  • LOOKING FOR THE SOURCE.

  • >> THAT INVESTIGATION IS ONE

  • WE'RE WATCHING CAREFULLY AND

  • THERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF DETAILED

  • DETECTIVE WORK BEING DONE IN THE

  • LAST 24 HOURS.

  • >> Reporter: ACROSS THE BORDER

  • IN WASHINGTON STATE, THREE NEW

  • DEATHS WERE CONFIRMED BRINGING

  • THE TOTAL TO 14.

  • AFTER A STAFF MEMBER TESTED

  • POSITIVE, THIS UNIVERSITY TOLD

  • ITS 46,000 STUDENTS AND STAFF TO

  • STAY HOME.

  • CLASSES AND EXAMS WILL NOW BE

  • DONE REMOTELY.

  • SO MANY PEOPLE ARE STAYING HOME

  • IN SEATTLE, COMMUTE TIMES HAVE

  • BEEN CUT IN HALF.

  • IN VANCOUVER, SOME THINGS ARE

  • GOING AHEAD.

  • 70,000 FANS AND PLAYERS FROM 16

  • COUNTRIES CONVERGE ON B.C. PLACE

  • STADIUM FOR THE WORLD RUGBY 7s.

  • THIS TICKET RESELLER SAYS SOME

  • PEOPLE ARE STAYING AWAY.

  • >> IT LOOKS LIKE THE LOCAL

  • NUMBERS ARE COMING, NO ISSUES

  • THERE, BUT A LOT OF

  • INTERNATIONAL GROUPS HAVE

  • CANCELLED.

  • >> Reporter: A GROWING NUMBER OF

  • EVENTS ARE BEING PUT ON HOLD,

  • INCLUDING A LARGE HOSPITAL

  • FUNDRAISER.

  • >> WE'RE GETTING INCREASING

  • FEEDBACK FROM BOTH GUESTS AND

  • VOLUNTEERS ABOUT THEIR CONCERN.

  • >> Reporter: THE B.C. GOVERNMENT

  • SAYS IT'S PREPARING FOR THINGS

  • TO GET WORSE, SETTING UP A NEW

  • TASK FORCE.

  • >> WE LIVE IN AN INTERDEPENDENT

  • WORLD AS YOU ALL KNOW AND THERE

  • ARE ASPECTS OF THIS WE DO NOT

  • AND CANNOT CONTROL AND WE HAVE

  • TO BE PREPARED.

  • >> Reporter: IF AND ONLY IF

  • THINGS GET WORSE, THE GOVERNMENT

  • COULD INVOKE ITS POWERS TO

  • RESTRICT TRAVEL, MAKE SURE THERE

  • IS FOOD ON STORE SHELVES AND

  • REALLOCATE HEALTH CARE

  • RESOURCES.

  • >> Ian: WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF

  • YOU THINK YOU'RE INFECTED WITH

  • COVID-19?

  • THE FIRST IMPULSE MIGHT BE TO

  • RUN TO THE NEAREST EMERGENCY

  • WARD.

  • DAVID COMMON SHOWS US WHY SOME

  • DOCTORS SAY THAT'S A BAD IDEA.

  • >> Reporter: IN EXTREME CASES,

  • THOSE WITH COVID-19 WOULD END UP

  • LIKE THIS.

  • UNLESS YOU'RE THIS SICK,

  • PHYSICIANS DON'T WANT YOU

  • ANYWHERE NEAR A HOSPITAL.

  • >> BECAUSE COVID-19 SPARKS FEAR,

  • I'M GOING TO DIE, THIS IS

  • SERIOUS, THEY BECOME ALARMED AND

  • THEY SHOW UP IN OUR DEPARTMENT.

  • PROBLEM WITH THAT, THEY PUT

  • OTHERS AT RISK.

  • >> Reporter: EMERGENCY DOCTOR

  • LAU

  • LAU

  • LAURIE MAZURIK STARTED A

  • PETITION.

  • >> I THINK IT WOULD BE AMAZING

  • IF CANADA SIGNED IT AND THEY

  • SAID, HEY, WE WANT TO PROTECT

  • THESE PEOPLE.

  • >> Reporter: SOMETHING SHE

  • BELIEVES SHOULD BE IN PLACE NOW,

  • SO THOSE WITH MILD SYMPTOMS ARE

  • KEPT AWAY FROM THOSE MOST

  • VULNERABLE.

  • THERE ARE LIMITED EFFORTS NOW TO

  • HAVE THE TESTING DONE ELSEWHERE.

  • TORONTO'S MICHAEL GARRON

  • HOSPITAL IS SETTING UP A DEAD

  • INDICATED -- DEDICATED CLINIC.

  • >> IF THEY JUST NEED SCREENS,

  • WEE

  • WE'RE WORKING WITH PARTNERS TO

  • GET TESTING.

  • >> OFFSITE?

  • >> THAT'S RIGHT.

  • >> Reporter: THE NEW FACILITY

  • SET TO TEST UP TO 150 PEOPLE A

  • DAY IS THE ONLY ONE ANNOUNCED SO

  • FAR IN ONTARIO.

  • THE PROVINCE SAYS PLANNING FOR

  • MORE COULD BE IN PLACE NEXT

  • WEEK.

  • THIS HOSPITAL BELIEVES THE

  • TIMING IS RIGHT.

  • >> THERE HAS BEEN VERY LIMITED

  • NUMBER OF CASES IN ONTARIO RIGHT

  • NOW, SO TO HAVE BUILT THESE A

  • MONTH AGO WOULDN'T HAVE MADE

  • SENSE IN TERMS OF THE NEED IN

  • THE COMMUNITY.

  • AS WE START TO SEE THE NUMBER OF

  • CASES INCREASE IN ONTARIO, WE

  • WANT TO BE PREPARED.

  • >> Reporter: WHY NOT JUST HAVE A

  • FAMILY PHYSICIAN CONDUCT THE

  • TEST?

  • IN PART BECAUSE IT INVOLVES A

  • Q-TIP ALL THE WAY UP THE NOSE

  • AND THAT PROMPTS PEOPLE TO

  • COUGH.

  • IF THEY'RE INFECTED, THAT IS A

  • PROBLEM TO THE PERSON

  • ADMINISTERING THE TEST, WHO

  • LIKELY NEEDS TO WEAR A FACE