Ontario is asking Ottawa to work with the World Health Organization to ensure commingled vaccines recognized abroad 0 (0)

Ontario has asked the federal government to ensure that Canadians who have received mixed COVID-19 vaccines are allowed international travel

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Quebec offers third dose of mRNA COVID vaccine to AstraZeneca recipients who need to travel 0 (0)

The Quebec government says fully vaccinated residents who have received the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine can receive a third dose of

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Child malnutrition rates expected to quadruple in southern Madagascar | 0 (0)

The number of severely malnourished children is likely to ‘fourfold’ since the previous assessment last October, including 110,000 in serious

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Blow in the comfort of home and other ways the frequency of the COVID-19 vaccine is being persuaded in Alberta 0 (0)

A recent survey by Angus Reed found that vaccine hesitancy is more common in Alberta than in the rest of

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World Bank and COVAX unveil plan to accelerate vaccine supply to developing countries 0 (0)

The World Bank and COVAX’s Global Vaccine Distribution Program on Monday unveiled a funding mechanism to speed up the supply

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The report says that long waiting times for nursing homes in the Toronto area for cultural groups reflect the need for more 0 (0)

Lily Wong was admitted to the Yi Hong Aged Care Center in Toronto at the age of 88, several years

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‘Lack of global solidarity’, slow vaccination rates put Indonesia in the crosshairs of COVID | 0 (0)

UN News asked Resident Coordinator, Valerie JulliandAbout the situation in the country and what the rest of the world can

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Exhausted by long hours and low wages, local domestic workers say they are exhausted 0 (0)

For one personal support worker at a nursing home in Norfolk County, Ontario, every day is a blur. There should

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine gets EU regulator endorsement for teens 0 (0)

Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine could become the second shot okayed for adolescent use in the European Union after regulators on Friday

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Coronavirus: What’s happening around the world on Friday 0 (0)

Last: Pfizer says the US government is buying an additional 200 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Students stressed and

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Heat waves are on the rise across Canada – and the hottest nights are dangerous too 0 (0)

When it comes to climate change, there is a well-understood extreme that will affect humans in the coming decades: heat.

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Why mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for healthcare workers could help Canada fight the fourth wave 0 (0)

Controversy over mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for health care workers in Canada is growing as more countries advance the controversial approach

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China is not interested in WHO’s plan to further study the origin of COVID-19 0 (0)

China cannot accept the World Health Organization’s plan for the second phase of a study on the origins of COVID-19,

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COVID-19: Africa’s ‘third wave’ is far from over, while vaccine inequality threatens everyone | 0 (0)

Cases on the continent have fallen 1.7 percent this week to nearly 282,000, largely due to a sharp decline in

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Study finds two doses of Pfizer, AstraZeneca COVID-19 shots effective against delta variant 0 (0)

A new study shows that two doses of the COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech or AstraZeneca-Oxford are nearly as effective against

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Revealed: persistent inequalities in HIV prevention, pediatric treatment services | علاج 0 (0)

The final report From Start Free, Stay Free, AIDS Free Initiative خالية, released in Geneva on Wednesday, warns that progress

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China is not interested in WHO’s plan to further study the origin of COVID-19 0 (0)

China cannot accept the World Health Organization’s plan for the second phase of a study on the origins of COVID-19,

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The World Health Organization reassures pharmaceutical companies of patenting Covid vaccines 0 (0)

The World Health Organization on Wednesday sought to reassure drug companies that the proposal to suspend patent rights to Covid-19

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Online trolls force the shutdown of a pro-vaccine business website in Ontario 0 (0)

A new website created to provide Ontarians with a list of companies that have staff who are fully vaccinated or

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Experts say vaccine frequency and high R value means Alberta can’t give up on fighting the epidemic 0 (0)

The rising R value of COVID-19 in Alberta along with the violent and leading rate of hesitation in vaccines are

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WHO Tedros supports ‘the Olympics can inspire’ | 0 (0)

Speaking in the Japanese capital of Tokyo, he said the world must unite with “determination, dedication and discipline” to triumph

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Demand for COVID-19 vaccines has fallen in Canada — and some fear it could mean missed doses 0 (0)

Experts say Canada’s demand for COVID-19 vaccines is falling slowly, and they warn that those who wait to see if

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Life-saving assistance needed for cancer patients in Venezuela affected by US sanctions | 0 (0)

“The lives of Venezuelan transplant patients stranded in foreign countries, as well as those waiting to travel abroad for life-saving

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Fourth wave still possible in Saskatchewan if vaccine efforts continue to stall: experts 0 (0)

Saskatchewan has met the vaccination target of 70 percent of all eligible people receiving their first dose in late June.

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As COVID-19 cases linked to Tokyo Olympics rise, experts warn of ‘alarming’ situation on the ground 0 (0)

Cases of COVID-19 are increasing among Olympic delegates and about 15 percent of site residents are not immune, prompting warnings

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