Why mixing Pfizer and Moderna vaccines could help Canada end the epidemic sooner 0 (0)

Experts say Canadians who were offered a different COVID-19 vaccine in the second shot than the first should not hesitate

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You have received your second dose. What is safety now? 0 (0)

We answer questions about the pandemic. Email you to COVID@cbc.ca – we will respond to as many as possible. We

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US pushes vaccinations for younger Americans over concerns about variable delta spread 0 (0)

The US government is ramping up its efforts to vaccinate younger Americans against COVID-19 as concerns grow about the spread

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The link between education and well-being has never been clear, UN pushes for ‘health-enhancing’ schools | 0 (0)

There was an increase in stress, anxiety and other mental health problems, while an estimated 365 million primary school students

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Half a million deaths from COVID-19 in Brazil, no end in sight 0 (0)

COVID-19 deaths have passed half a million in Brazil. Over the weekend, thousands of Brazilians took to the streets to

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Turkey’s COVID-19 vaccine begins phase 3 clinical trials 0 (0)

Turkey has started the third phase of clinical trials of the COVID-19 vaccine, dubbed “Turkovac” by Turkish President Recep Tayyip

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Pakistan will receive 13 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine 0 (0)

Pakistan has entered into an agreement to purchase 13 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer. Health Minister Faisal Sultan

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COVID-19: First mRNA vaccine technology transfer center a ‘big step forward’ | 0 (0)

The facility will allow manufacturers from developing countries to receive training on how to produce vaccines, and related licenses to

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Some international travel restrictions were eased on July 5 for people who were fully vaccinated with proof of 0 (0)

The federal government announced today that fully vaccinated Canadians and permanent residents will be able to enter Canada without undergoing

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Ottawa announces easing of some travel restrictions 0 (0)

The federal government is announcing the relaxation of some border restrictions on fully vaccinated Canadians and permanent residents. More to

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Ontario health guidelines downplay COVID-19 aerosol spread — critics say it puts lives at risk 0 (0)

Almost a year after she died from COVID-19, registered nurse Rubina Khan is still not sure how she contracted the

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Guinea declares end of deadly Ebola outbreak that has killed 12 people, says WHO 0 (0)

Guinea has declared the end of the Ebola outbreak that emerged in February and has killed 12 people, according to

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Why COVID-19 may now sound like a ‘bad cold’ – with headaches and a runny nose among the most common symptoms 0 (0)

This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly report on health and medical sciences emailed to us Subscribers every

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Trudeau says AstraZeneca recipients ‘will not be disadvantaged’ when they travel 0 (0)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today that his government is working with the United States and other international partners to

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COVID-19: Vaccines Donated Next Year, ‘Too Late For Those Who Die Today’ | 0 (0)

That was one of the main messages Transferred to correspondents Friday by the World Health Organization (Who is the) President,

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Canada expects to have enough doses by the end of July to fully vaccinate all eligible people 0 (0)

Public Services and Procurement Minister Anita Anand announced today that Canada will have enough product on hand by the end

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AIDS, cancer and organ transplant patients get Pfizer in Punjab 0 (0)

Punjab has started giving the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to people with chronic diseases. According to health officials, the American vaccine

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Canada’s largest transplant center is slowly returning to normal after weeks of “wasting” organs 0 (0)

Last July, Sarah Fraser learned she had two years at most before she needed to have her two failing kidneys

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One in 100 dies by hand, and every suicide is a ‘tragedy’ – WHO | 0 (0)

Based on its estimates that more than 700,000 people, or one in 100, died by suicide in 2019, the World

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The Vaccine Commission says counties should give AstraZeneca recipients a different vaccine for the second dose 0 (0)

The National Immunization Advisory Committee (NACI) recommends that provinces stop giving AstraZeneca in most cases — even as a booster

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There is a lot of concern rising. Everyone’s Afraid: Kashchuan at COVID-19 Breaking Point 0 (0)

COVID-19 is bringing the James Bay community in Kashechewan in northeastern Ontario to a breaking point. As of Tuesday morning,

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Toronto General Hospital has declared its medical surgical intensive care unit free of COVID-19 for the first time in over a year 0 (0)

Toronto General Hospital says its medical and surgical intensive care unit is free of infectious COVID-19 patients for the first

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COVID-19 treatment reduces deaths among hospitalized patients who lack antibodies 0 (0)

A large British study published Wednesday found that a combination of COVID-19 antibodies from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals reduces deaths in hospitalized

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Cosmetics and ‘Forever Chemicals’: Breaking Down New Findings on PFAS in Make-up 0 (0)

A new study, conducted by researchers in the United States, Canada and Switzerland, shows that people who wear cosmetics such

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Vaccines dominate the last day of Trudeau’s international trip 0 (0)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up a mini-summit with EU leaders that was part business, part thank you for collaborating

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