Tag: mask

Canada Covid-19 Updates English Featured News Updates Ontario

Ontario to lift most remaining mask mandates on June 11, it is controversy

TORONTO – The controversy was not long in coming. Just a day after Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health Kieran Moore announced the lifting of the obligation to wear a mask on public transport and in many health facilities, the new director of the Ontario Science Advisory Table Fahad Razak attacked this decision. “The provincial requirement could have been extended for at least another four weeks to help relieve some of the pressure on hospitals that will now have to enforce their policies on masks – said the doctor interviewed by CBC Radio – I am heartened to see that many hospitals have already announced that they will continue to impose them”.

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Covid-19, hospitalized under one thousand in Ontario. No more mask in Sask

TORONTO – The number of people finally hospitalized with Covid-19 in Ontario will drop below one hundred: it is the first time since the end of December, although provincial health officials recall that not all hospitals observe their data over the weekend . However, there are now 842 Covid patients, of which 281 are in intensive care.  (more…)

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Mask Mandate While Waiting for Children Age 5 to 11 to Get Vaccinated

TORONTO – Last week, I passed the play yard of an elementary school and saw children, presumably aged five and six, enjoying the pleasant morning’s tail of summer weather, running and playing games they concocted or just enjoying each other’s company. It felt good seeing kids back to school for in-person learning. But, I must admit, it also felt bad to see them all masked up.  (more…)

Business & Economy English Health & Medicine

Second dose rebus between no mask rally and desire for normality

TORONTO – As mass vaccination progresses according to the roadmap, the desire to return to a normal life after a year and a half of pandemic, lived between lockdown and restrictions, grows. And this desire for normality, at least for now, comes up against the necessary caution with which the provincial government has decided to reopen Ontario’s economy. (more…)


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