Ontario’s top doctor says it’s time to “learn to live with COVID-19” as he anticipates the province is in for a much better spring.

“We have let our lives be controlled for the last two years in a significant amount of fear and now we are going to have to change some of that thinking,” Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore said Thursday.

Moore credited COVID-19 vaccines, especially third doses, and new antiviral medications, as the reasons why Ontario needs to shift to a more “balanced response” to the pandemic.

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