Tuesday January 25-th, 2022

Ontario's COVID-19 case growth holds steady at 137

Excluding those, there were 29 patients in intensive care and 21 of those were breathing with a ventilator. The hospitalization data for Sunday was incomplete, with 30 hospitals not reporting data. Of the 137 new cases in Ontario, 25 were in Windso...

No Public Inquiry For N.S. Mass Shooting No Public Inquiry For N.S. Mass Shooting

While the pain will never go away, getting answers to some of the lingering questions about just how this happened will help to provide closure, and it's why many family members of the victims have been calling for a public inquiry. "So, without this...

S Korea sees surge in new coronavirus cases S Korea sees surge in new coronavirus cases

The total caseload rose to 14,150. South Korean health authorities on Friday said novel coronavirus infections among people arriving from overseas could drive the number of new cases on Friday above 100, the first time since the beginning of Apri...

When do I have to wear a face covering in shops? When do I have to wear a face covering in shops?

People must wear masks at outdoor gatherings like picnics. But the move has sparked protests, and some supermarket operators have said they won't refuse entry to people who don't comply. But some retailers have insisted they will not enforce the ru...

'Opportunity' for election in fall, next spring or summer, premier says 'Opportunity' for election in fall, next spring or summer, premier says

Around 1,000 people are now in self-isolation after being in close contact with those in Kelowna who tested positive, the province has said. "We made better progress than anyone in Canada up until the last couple of weeks". Horgan reiterated the ...

4 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Manitoba 4 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Manitoba

These orders are in relation to Friday's update, which revealed that a young woman was symptomatic while returning to the province from Southeast Asia. The Ministry reports that 4,967 individuals have been tested. NSW Health has now recorded 3,479 ...

MA to fine travelers if they violate COVID-19 restrictions

Charlie Baker on Friday announced a new order mandating a 14-day quarantine for anyone who travels into MA from a high-risk state in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Transitory travelers are those driving through MA or for those required t...

New CDC guidelines come down hard in favor of opening schools New CDC guidelines come down hard in favor of opening schools

The new understanding into how the virus affects patients comes as more than 4.1 million cases of coronavirus cases and 145,546 deaths have been reported in the U.S., according to data from Johns Hopkins University . Meanwhile, Congress is preparing...

Global Covid-19 recoveries pass 9 million mark - Johns Hopkins Global Covid-19 recoveries pass 9 million mark - Johns Hopkins

Meanwhile, New York added 750 positive tests for a total of 411,200. Hospitalisations in the state also fell slightly to 646. Deaths among Florida residents was 124, for a total of 5,777, while NY recorded only 10 deaths. Currently, there are more ...

805 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Minnesota 805 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Minnesota

Vaping-related lung injuries have sent 11 people aged 14 to 46 into Minnesota hospitals over the past two months, the Minnesota Department of Health reported on Friday. Another 40 deaths are suspected to be caused by COVID-19 but the infections were ...

Democrats knock Republicans for 'disarray' over expiring unemployment benefits Democrats knock Republicans for 'disarray' over expiring unemployment benefits

A new round of stimulus checks could come as soon as next month under CARES II , the second stimulus check package being worked on by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, according to Mnuchin. "That's right...

Four new cases of COVID-19 identified in Manitoba Saturday

Since the pandemic began in March, there have been 170 cases in New Brunswick. Late Friday afternoon public health put out an advisory about potential exposure to the virus at Dakota Tipi Gaming Centre between July 17 and 19, 2020. Although people ...

Antibody Antibody "Cocktail" Could Offer Potent Treatment, Prevention of COVID-19

It has been reported that a group of researchers at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) have isolated certain antibodies from a number of COVID-19 patients, which were later established as robust, neutralizing antibodies providing sig...

Vietnam back on coronavirus alert after first local infection in three months Vietnam back on coronavirus alert after first local infection in three months

Vietnam recorded no new COVID-19 case in the community on July 25 morning, entering the 100th straight day the community is free of infection, according to the National Steering Committee on COVID-19 Prevention and Control. He was initially diagnosed...

Emirates airline to offer passengers medical cover for Covid-19 Emirates airline to offer passengers medical cover for Covid-19

The important announcement was made by HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline. Emirates , the largest airline in the Middle East, will cover customers...

Pair of Detroit students test positive for coronavirus after judge orders tests Pair of Detroit students test positive for coronavirus after judge orders tests

The school district says it doesn't have enough room to safely have all of these students in classes at the same time. High school students can choose between a hybrid schedule or can opt into several online learning systems. At first, there won't ...

Coronavirus: 27 new cases in Saskatchewan, northwest region moves into Phase 4.2 Coronavirus: 27 new cases in Saskatchewan, northwest region moves into Phase 4.2

Personal protective measures protect you, your friends and family. "There is no region in Saskatchewan without active cases". Twenty-four of the new cases are located in the south region with the rest in the central, north and Regina regions, acc...

Chiefs RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif opting out to continue work as orderly Chiefs RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif opting out to continue work as orderly

In a statement released Friday evening on Twitter, Duvernay-Tardif wrote: "This is one of the most hard decisions I have had to make in my life but I have to follow my convictions ..." He played in the biggest game of his life in February, helping th...

Indoor visits resume at Ottawa's long-term care homes Indoor visits resume at Ottawa's long-term care homes

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: "I know how painful it has been for those in care homes not being able to receive visits from their loved ones throughout this period". Nathan Stall, Sinai Health and the University of Toronto, with coauthors. Ca...

Colonial School Board votes 9-0 to approve school reopening plan Colonial School Board votes 9-0 to approve school reopening plan

The schedule will have one group attending school on Monday and Wednesday with the other group attending on Tuesday and Thursday. Level 3- Return to in-person instruction at the start of the 2nd Semester while at the same time continuing to offer t...

US Senate Armed Services chairman won't change military bases' names US Senate Armed Services chairman won't change military bases' names

It now goes to conference, where the House and Senate will iron out any differences. Analyses have shown " no evidence " that is the case, and about 70% of unemployment recipients who went back to work last month returned to jobs that paid less t...

US COVID: CDC updates school guidelines, Trump wants reopenings US COVID: CDC updates school guidelines, Trump wants reopenings

Dr. Robert R. Redfield, director of the CDC , tweeted out the guidelines Thursday, stating school closures have not only disrupted normal ways of life but have also had negative health consequences on youth. "The health, safety, and wellbeing of stu...

Despite Trump's Veto Threat, Senate Approves Provision To Rename Military Bases Despite Trump's Veto Threat, Senate Approves Provision To Rename Military Bases

Mnuchin insisted in an interview with CNBC that the administration believed the " payroll tax cut is a very good pro-growth policy", even though it overwhelmingly benefits the richest 20% of earners while cutting funding for the Social Security...

Mothers with COVID-19 Unlikely to Pass it to Their Newborns Mothers with COVID-19 Unlikely to Pass it to Their Newborns

She said: "More than 1,000 mothers with SARS-CoV-2 infection have given birth in the United Kingdom, and only 1-2% of their babies have had a positive test for SARS-CoV-2". There were no cases of coronavirus transmission to the babies during birth or...

At last! Care homes allow ‘single constant’ visitors

While this is great news for many people who have been kept apart from their parents, friends or grandparents, the new guidance says visits should be limited to "one single constant visitor". This guidance received input from a number of stakeholde...

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