Top Canada health official frets over higher alcohol, junk food use during pandemic

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s top health officer on Sunday expressed concern over higher consumption of alcohol and junk food during the coronavirus epidemic, suggesting this could be a sign of worsening mental health. The total number of Canadians killed by the coronavirus edged up by 0.to 7,773 from 7,703 on Saturday, the public health agency said, further evidence that the worst of the pandemic has passed.

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