How COVID-19 pandemic precautions crushed the flu season

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Canadians are still grappling with COVID-19, but the much dreaded flu season that some health officials were concerned about in the middle of the pandemic never arrived.

From wearing face masks to practicing physical distancing, it’s clear these measures made a big difference.

Eric Sorensen looks at the numbers and why a flu season was never officially declared this past year in Canada.

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