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English Featured Ontario Travel & Tourism

“Staycation Tax Credit” urges Ontarians to vacation locally

The ups and down of the last two years may have many of us thinking it’s time to take a break and get away. However, the rise in Covid infections, the constantly changing requirements for travel and fears of getting stuck in a foreign country have many of us opting for a vacation destination closer to home. This year, Ontario has made the “staycation” more attractive for residents. (more…)

Canada Covid-19 Updates English Featured News Updates Ontario

Only nine vaccinated Ontarians under the age of 60 have ended up in the ICU

TORONTO – Covid-19 vaccines are working and are helping to keep the contagion under control at this stage of the pandemic. The confirmation comes from a study – the very first of its kind in Ontario – in which all the cases of Covid-19 in the province recorded from December 14, 2020 to November 14, 2021 are cataloged.  (more…)

Canada English Featured News Updates Ontario

Ontario accelerates second dose: from tomorrow all Ontarians Aged 18+ Becoming Eligible

TORONTO – Ontario pushes on the accelerator. Starting at 8 a.m. tomorrow morning, all Ontario residents aged 18 and over who received the first dose of an MRNA vaccine will be able to book an appointment to receive the second before schedule. This will accelerate second-dose eligibility for about 1.5 million Ontario residents. (more…)

English Health & Medicine News Updates

Ontarians still waiting for the guideline, protocols for fully immunized

TORONTO – The immunization campaign against Covid-19 continues. Despite the doubts and skepticism about heterologous vaccination – that is, mixing vaccines between the first and the second dose – caused by the failure of a supply of Pfizer to arrive in time, the roadmap desired by the Ontario Government with which it will be possible to enter phase 2 on June 30, two days earlier than planned, has been fully respected in the province.

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