Jean Hussell was partially vaccinated from COVID-19 and followed the proper guidelines for her oral surgerl in Halifax, but her procedure was called off at the last minute.
Parents ‘thrilled’ as COVID-19 vaccines for kids near approval, but rollout unclear
Many parents are relieved to hear that Health Canada will soon approve COVID-19 vaccines for kids aged 5-11.
Quebec minister defends transfer of seniors to care homes during COVID-19 first wav
Quebec faced criticism for its decision to transfer patients from hospitals to understaffed and under-equipped care homes, which were devastated during the first wave of COVID-19.
Feds scrapping PCR tests for Canadians returning from short trips abroad: sources
Government sources tell Global News that Ottawa will drop its requirement for proof of a negative COVID-19 test upon entry to Canada — but only for short trips.
‘A lot’ of premiers want end to molecular test required to enter Canada: Doug Ford
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says “a lot of premiers” would like to see an end to the mandatory molecular COVID-19 test required to enter Canada.
COVID-19: MLHU reports 13 cases and 1 death, nearly 90% eligible have 1st dose
As of Monday, LHSC had accepted fewer than five critical care patient transfers from St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital. STEGH is at full capacity for critically ill patients.
B.C. reports first case of new strain of COVID-19 Delta variant AY 4.2
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says the vaccine works against the evolution of the Delta variant, based on preliminary evaluation.