Monthly Archives: March, 2022

Feds issue norovirus warning as 279 people fall ill after eating raw B.C. oysters

Several recalls have been issued and parts of B.C.'s coast have been closed to harvesting while health and food inspection officials investigate.

Ontario ‘staying the course’ on lifting COVID-19 mask mandate, health minister says

Christine Elliott made the remarks during a funding announcement at Ontario's North York General Hospital on Thursday. 

Edmonton police launch new public crime data map

Police hope the portal will encourage the public to take an active role in safety and crime prevention

Ivermectin doesn’t treat COVID or keep people out of hospital, study finds

Ivermectin showed some promise in treating COVID-19 in the lab, but studies have failed to replicate the response in humans.

NACI guidance on fourth dose of COVID vaccine expected soon: PHAC

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is expected to release guidance on fourth doses of COVID-19 vaccine in the coming days.

COVID-19: Quebec logs 12 new deaths as hospitalizations climb in confirmed 6th wave

The latest roundup of pandemic indicators comes one day after the Institut national de santé publique confirmed Quebec is currently in a sixth wave...

Ontario COVID numbers: 807 people in hospital, 166 in intensive care

Ontario added 6 more COVID-related deaths on Thursday. The report said five of the deaths occurred within the last month and one death occurred...


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