[0:46] - What are the various COVID-19 testing options available in Canada right now?
[3:30] - What are the symptoms to look for to determine if you should get tested for COVID-19?
[5:13] - If you have one but not all of the symptoms (e.g., cough but no fever), should you be tested?
[7:36] - How should you think about being tested if you are in an at-risk category (e.g., underlying health conditions)?
[9:31] - Is it an issue if not all symptomatic patients get tested?
[12:45] - If you test positive for the virus, does quarantine still end after 14 days? When can you deconfine?
[14:40] - There are stories in the news about mothers unable to see their newborns for extended periods of time without testing negative - how do you reconcile stories like that with the recommendation to quarantine for 14 days?
[18:32] - Is 'immunity' lasting or can you get COVID-19 again?
[23:00] - What are the ethical considerations with regards to 'immunity passports' or similar concepts discussed?
[31:35] - How should people think about reassessing their symptoms as they de-confine and head back to work?