Before the term COVID-19 became part of our vocabulary, Dr. Bonnie Henry and her colleagues first started getting news of a virus taking hold in China back in December.
She said the early signs reminded her of the 2003 SARS outbreak.
“There was, at first, the sense of, ‘OK, we know what’s going on. We have it under control,’” said Henry in a one-on-one interview with Global News’ Sophie Lui. “And then there seemed to be a period of, ‘OK, We don’t know what’s going on.’ And that’s what really worried me.”
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