Ontario, Alberta to lower minimum age for AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to 40 from 55

Ontario and Alberta will start offering the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to people age 40 and over starting Tuesday.A spokesperson for Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott said the shot will be offered at pharmacies and primary care settings. In a statement Sunday, Alexandra...

Ontario to lower minimum age for AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to 40 from 55

Ontario will start offering the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to people age 40 and over starting Tuesday.A spokesperson for Health Minister Christine Elliott said the shot will be offered at pharmacies and primary care settings. In a statement Sunday, Alexandra Hilkene said the province...

Ontario lowering minimum age for AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to 40 from 55

Ontario will start offering the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine to people 40 years of age and over starting Tuesday. A spokesperson for Health Minister Christine Elliott said the shot will be offered at pharmacies and primary care settings. In a statement Sunday, Alexandra Hilkene said...

A year into pandemic, long-haul COVID-19 sufferers still struggle to get care

With provincial and federal governments focused on urgent pandemic priorities such as vaccination, prevention and acute care, people suffering debilitating symptoms in the aftermath of their COVID-19 infections are left with few care options and left out of the majority of...

Ford government hitting ’emergency brake’ to put all Ontario in lockdown: sources

Ontario Premier Doug Ford's government will announce on Thursday that it's putting the entire province under lockdown restrictions for 28 days, multiple sources tell CBC News. View original article here Source

Ford says ‘stay tuned’ for announcement Thursday as Ontario’s COVID-19 ICU admissions hit new high

Admissions of COVID-19 patients to Ontario's intensive care units (ICUs) have surpassed the previous pandemic high, a government agency that tracks hospitalizations said Wednesday, as the province reported another 2,333 cases of the illness. View original article here Source

Ford says ‘stay tuned’ for announcement tomorrow as COVID-19 ICU admissions hit new high

Admissions of COVID-19 patients to Ontario's intensive care units (ICUs) have surpassed the previous pandemic high, a government agency that tracks hospitalizations said Wednesday, as the province reported another 2,333 cases of the illness. View original article here Source

Government, Sanofi officials unveil $925M in vaccine funding in Toronto

Representatives from all three levels of government announced joint funding to expand Canada's vaccine manufacturing capacity in Toronto on Wednesday morning.   View original article here Source

‘Don’t make plans for Easter’: Ford hints at restrictions as Ontario sees 2,336 new COVID-19 cases

Ontario confirmed 2,336 more cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, as a government agency that tracks hospitalizations reported the biggest single-day jump in admissions of patients to intensive care since the pandemic began. View original article here Source

Ontario isn’t ruling out another delay to school spring break as COVID-19 cases rise

Premier Doug Ford is dangling the possibility that Ontario's already-delayed March Break for schools could be postponed yet again, as the province confronts its third wave of COVID-19. View original article here Source
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