In context of when Ontario’s new COVID-19 cases were over 3,000 a day, the latest news is a relief. Ontario is reporting fewer than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases a day more frequently now, and the numbers should continue to decrease as long as we follow safety protocols. As an experienced medical parcel delivery services
At R Courier, we want to thank the major laboratories, clinics, physicians, veterinarians, diagnostic imaging centers, hospitals, and healthcare agencies across Canada for trusting us with their critical medical parcels during these unprecedented times. When we began operations out of Toronto in 1991, our goal was to provide the most reliable and cost-efficient medical
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on all types of businesses and organizations in Canada. The pandemic has forced many places to review their safety protocols. It has also boosted their demand for personal protective equipment (PPE). At R Courier we serve all types of clients, including those interested in receiving PPE parcels.
At R Courier, we’ve been a successful medical courier business for several decades. Our clients, vendors, and employees trust us because of our compassion, dedication, and professionalism. We also use the best technology to ensure that our operations flow smoothly. Our Couriers As trusted medical couriers — when we speak of technology, we also mean
As the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic shows signs of slowing down, it's essential to keep our guard up. With a more infectious variant of the disease spreading in Ontario and reports that the vaccine will take longer to reach our shores, the future is unpredictable. Various clients of R Courier benefit from
While the worst of the second wave could be behind us, it’s important to avoid complacency.
The COVID-19 pandemic spreads rapidly across Canada. Over 600,000 Canadians have been infected with the virus, and over 15,000 people have died. Unfortunately, until the vaccine rollout is complete, the infection rates may continue to rise, especially in light of a more contagious strain in the country. Aside from vaccine rollout, there needs to be
The number of new COVID-19 cases is averaging 3,000 a day across Ontario, as more people suffer from coronavirus infections. Most of the new cases are reported in Toronto and Peel, followed by the York region. Unfortunately, the death toll also continues to rise, with nearly 4,500 deaths at the beginning of January being
Experts say that a viral mutation can go both ways — a virus can mutate into a weaker and less infectious version or mutate into a more lethal and more contagious version. Unfortunately, a new COVID-19 mutation, called B.1.1.7, detected in the United Kingdom, could be 70 percent more transmissible. There also may be a
Canada needs to avert a COVID-19 crisis. As the cases and death rates spike every day, it’s essential to following physical distancing rules and use protective gear, or our hospitals will be overwhelmed soon. The country’s Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO), Dr. Theresa Tam, says that Canada could see 20,000 cases every day at the