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Where and with what impacts have shifts from in-person to virtual approaches occurred in the delivery of healthcare services in general and mental health and addictions services in particular? (26 Jun 2020)

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What pandemic-related mental health and addictions issues have emerged and what indicators and strategies can be used to monitor and address them, respectively? (10 Jun 2020)

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What insights from the available evidence and jurisdictional scans can inform who should be tested for COVID-19 and how frequently, where, by whom and with what follow-up actions they should be tested? (2 Jun 2020)

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What is the evidence related to playground equipment and risk of COVID-19 transmission? (28 May 2020)

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What screening approaches can be used in non-healthcare settings (e.g., universities, stores and office settings) to identify people who may have COVID-19 and need to take appropriate action? (15 May 2020)

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How effective is temperature taking at borders or in general as a screening tool to identify people who may have COVID-19 and need to take appropriate action? (14 May 2020)

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What is the incremental benefit of using a history of sudden loss of taste (ageusia) and/or smell (anosmia) in symptom screening to identify people who may have COVID-19 and need to take appropriate action? (14 May 2020)

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What are the international lessons learned from re-opening non-COVID-19 activities in hospitals? (13 May 2020)

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What is known about strategies for supporting the use of masks under shortage conditions to prevent COVID-19? (30 Apr 2020)

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What are the most effective non-medical masks for preventing community transmission of COVID-19, and should they be required for all of society? (29 Apr 2020)

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What is known about the use of medical masks by essential non-medical workers to prevent community transmission of COVID-19? (29 Apr 2020)

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What is the evidence about and international and Canadian experiences with asymptomatic screening to identify COVID-19 cases and to prevent transmission? (27 Apr 2020)

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What is known about the spread and management of COVID-19 in non-health workplaces? (20 Apr 2020)

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What is known about approaches to and safety of conserving, re-using, and repurposing different kinds of masks? (14 Apr 2020)

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