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English Health & Medicine News Updates

Covid deaths in Canada, out of 24,402 only 400 under 50

TORONTO – Covid-19 in Canada has claimed more lives among older people, while contagion has affected all demographics in the country. The further confirmation comes from the latest data recorded by health-infobase.canada.ca, where the development of the epidemiological curve in Canada and the various provinces is monitored through the control of the main indicators such as the number of people infected, hospitalizations, intensive care admissions and deaths. (more…)

Bengali Covid-19 Updates English

NACI suspends AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 55

Muhammad Ali Bukhari, CNMNG News

Toronto, March 30: Yesterday, Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization, in short, NACI has suspended the vaccination of AstraZeneca because of concerns over safety and advised the provinces, which most of the provinces agreed to follow. The reason for this is the issue of blood clots in the bodies of women in European countries. Although, 300,000 doses of the vaccine have already been administered in Canada and no blood clots have been reported anywhere, not even in the case of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines with mRNA properties. (more…)

Spanish Travel & Tourism

What is under the Atlantic bubble?

Canada exceeds 800 thousand cases of Covid-19, but in the Atlantic, the situation is under control

Photo: Susan Kirkland, Head of the Department of Epidemiology at Dalhousie University, Halifax

The world continues to enact new closures, policies and lockdowns to contain the outbreak of Covid-19, while the bubble with which the Canadian Atlantic is protected seems to have an effect. Even as the rest of Canada has crossed another daunting threshold with more than 800,000 cases, the Atlantic region continues its pace of life. (more…)


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