The great PPE panic: how the pandemic caught Canada with its stockpiles down

The federal government gives itself credit for swift action in the face of severe supply problems in the early weeks of its pandemic response. But what made that mad scramble for masks, gowns, gloves and other essential products necessary in the first place?

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