Pandemic Communication: In Need of a Reset?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

As COVID-19 surges, the Ontario government continues to face criticism over its communication relating to the province's pandemic response. What's the public-health message that's not getting across, and is it time to shift strategies? We explores these questions with infection control epidemiologist Colin Furness; journalist Matt Gurney; Amanda Galbraith of Navigator Ltd; and University of British Columbia's Heidi Tworek, who has studied pandemic communications and responses in Canada and around the world.
Episode:
Ontario's Government Under Pandemic Strain
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Politics
Aired:
Oct 28, 2020
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