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Two out of three Canadians have caught Covid-19, the experts: “It’s a turning point”

TORONTO – It might sound like bad news, but it’s actually good: most Canadians have contracted Covid-19 since Omicron and its highly contagious sub-variants first appeared. Virtually two out of three Canadians have caught the coronavirus. And the news is good because, according to experts, this, added to the massive vaccinations made, generates broad immunity or, in any case, greater protection against the more serious forms of Covid.  (more…)

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The experts: “The stop to restrictions? A mistake”

TORONTO – Having let your guard down can cost Ontario dearly. There is no doubt that some health officials in Ontario and Quebec – two provinces officially in the middle of the sixth wave – attribute the increase in infections caused by the sub-variant of Covid-19 Omicron BA.2 to the removal of restrictions such as the obligation to wear a mask and vaccination certificates. 


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Experts: “Schools must be reopened safely”

TORONTO – The Canadian school system looks like a boat at the mercy of the waves. Since the beginning of the pandemic what has been missing is a minimum of stability, a coherent line of the Ministry of Education and the commitment to make all schools safe places for children who are paying dearly for the protracted pandemic that since March 2020 has come to count four waves. 


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Over 30 thousand deaths from Covid-19 in Canada. The experts: “The worst is yet to come”


TORONTO – Skyrocketing infections and more than thirty thousand deaths from Covid-19 throughout Canada since the beginning of the pandemic: these are the sad data of today, negative on all fronts. Let’s start with Ontario, which reported the highest daily count of new cases in seven months. The province has in fact registered 2,421 new infections (53% of which of the Omicron variant), with an impressive increase compared to 1,808 new cases. Earlier this week, 1,476 new cases had been registered on Monday, 1,536 on Tuesday and 1,429 on Wednesday.  (more…)

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Governo federal lança campanha Ask the Experts para incentivar a vacinação Covid-19

Numa altura em que mais de 70% das pessoas com 12 anos de idade ou mais no Canadá receberam a sua primeira dose da vacina contra a COVID-19 e as províncias e territórios aceleram o processo de elegibilidade para a toma das segundas doses, o governo federal procura agora sensibilizar a população mais hesitante para a importância da vacinação. (more…)

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Federal Government launches Ask the Experts campaign to encourage Covid-19 vaccination

At a time when more than 70% of people 12 years of age and older in Canada have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and provinces and territories are speeding up the eligibility process for second doses, the federal government is now seeking to sensitize the most hesitant population to the importance of vaccination. (more…)

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Stop at AstraZeneca, experts still divided

TORONTO – Ontario is accelerating on the vaccination front. In the province the government is proceeding in stages sent in its dual strategy to curb the covid-19 contagion: on the one hand the progressive lowering of the minimum age in order to book vaccination and on the other hand the sending of at least 50 percent of the doses in the 114 provincial hotspots, those areas that is, where the contagion runs faster. Yesterday the executive confirmed that 50% of adults in the province received at least one dose of covid-19 vaccine. (more…)

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