"We encourage people to make sure you get tested regularly, especially when you are in contact with (the) vulnerable, or you will be in contact with (the) vulnerable. For a young person, the chances of complication is less, but for people who have chronic disease like diabetes, asthma...it will get worse from day one. We don't want to fool around with this virus," says Pharmacist, and Medicine Shoppe owner, Vishal Sukhadiya.
The Medicine Shoppe has administered about 900 tests in July. In April, the province announced its plans to have 20,000 tests done a day by May. That goal has not yet been reached.