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Coronavirus Update: Return to work will be graduated and likely months off, Trudeau says (SPH)

St. Paul's Hospital is seen from a hotel room at The Burrard Hotel in Vancouver, B.C. The hotel has been letting hospital staff use vacant hotel rooms as a place to crash, grab a shower or just relax between shifts as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo credit: The Globe And Mail)

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  1. Justin Trudeau said it would be a “few months, probably” before Canada can consider relaxing protective measures
  2. Air Canada to use federal wage-subsidy program to rehire laid off workers
  3. ‘The unsealing of Wuhan’ brings cheers and new surveillance as city reopens travel connections

A new partnership between Providence Health Care, the agency that manages hospital staffing for St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, and the boutique hotel located directly across the street from the hospital, means that medical staff now have access to hotel rooms for shift breaks and more.

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