Ontario Moving into Stage One of Reopening on June 11th

NEWS RELEASE Ontario to Move to Step One of Roadmap to Reopen on June 11 Improvements in Key Indicators Allowing Province to Begin the Safe and Gradual Lifting of Public Health Measures June 07, 2021 Office of the Premier Table of Contents Content Quick Facts Additional Resources Related Topics TORONTO — Based on the provincewideContinue reading “Ontario Moving into Stage One of Reopening on June 11th”

Ontario Donating Critical Lifesaving Medical Equipment to India

April 30, 2021 Office of the Premier Table of Contents Content Related Topics TORONTO — Today, Premier Doug Ford issued the following statement: “The COVID-19 pandemic has strained health care systems around the world. While our province is facing a challenging third wave of COVID-19 driven by new, more-contagious variants, we continue to be committedContinue reading “Ontario Donating Critical Lifesaving Medical Equipment to India”

Canada announces Aid To Indian Red Cross

Canada announces funding support in response to COVID-19 in India From: Global Affairs Canada News release April 27, 2021 – Ottawa, Ontario – Global Affairs Canada Canada is working with its partners and international organizations to control the spread of COVID-19 around the world. This is vital to helping those affected by the pandemic and protectingContinue reading “Canada announces Aid To Indian Red Cross”

All commercial and private flights from India and Pakistan suspended by Canada

Government of Canada suspends flights from India and Pakistan From: Transport Canada News release April 22, 2021      Ottawa With a mandatory 14-day quarantine period for travellers, Canada has some of the strictest travel and border measures in the world. Today, the Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, the Minister of Health, the Honourable PattyContinue reading “All commercial and private flights from India and Pakistan suspended by Canada”

Is China “back to normal” after COVID-19

‘Vaccines Are Not Our Cure’ April 22, 2021 ANNALIES WINNYASSOCIATE EDITOR    Image credit Passengers wear masks while commuting on the Shanghai metro, April 7 2021. Image: Wei Wei Unlike much of the world, life had already returned to a relative normal by the time COVID-19 vaccines arrived in China. When Wei Wei, a product planning manager for flu vaccinesContinue reading “Is China “back to normal” after COVID-19″

10 Steps We Can Take to Never Have a Year Like 2020: # 2 Better Protect health workers on the front line

Again the Quebec magazine L’actualitê has an interesting feature article in its April edition dealing with COVID-19 and translated it means what are the steps we can take to ensure we don’t have a year like 2020? The second step is to better protect health care workers on the front line. In Quebec in theContinue reading “10 Steps We Can Take to Never Have a Year Like 2020: # 2 Better Protect health workers on the front line”

Canadian Government Update on COVID Vaccination of its Indigenous Population

Government of Canada COVID-19 Update for Indigenous Peoples and communities From: Indigenous Services Canada News release February 17, 2021 — Ottawa, Traditional unceded Algonquin Territory, Ontario — Indigenous Services Canada Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) is closely monitoring the number of COVID-19 cases reported in First Nations communities across the country. Overall, case numbers continue to decline,Continue reading “Canadian Government Update on COVID Vaccination of its Indigenous Population”

10 Mental Health Tips for Dealing With COVID-19 (and all those other bloody variations)

I had posted a couple of articles previously about what the mental health experts are saying in the Province of Quebec. These posts were based on summarization and quotes from the December edition of Quebec’s L’actualité magazine. Their 10 mental health tips are; AVOID THOUGHTS THAT ARE HARMFUL OR EXXAGERATIONS OF CASTROPHE: Remember that thisContinue reading “10 Mental Health Tips for Dealing With COVID-19 (and all those other bloody variations)”

Fierce Pharma Show There is Gold in Them Thar Hills in COVID Vaccine Gold Rush

First-to-market Pfizer expects a whopping $15B from its COVID-19 shot in 2021 by Eric Sagonowsky | Feb 2, 2021 11:54am Pfizer laid out its 2021 financial expectations on Tuesday.(Tracy Staton)ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint More and more COVID-19 vaccines are nearing the market, but mRNA shots from Pfizer and Moderna are still working off a head start in the global rollout. Now,Continue reading “Fierce Pharma Show There is Gold in Them Thar Hills in COVID Vaccine Gold Rush”

COVID-19 and Mental Health: What are they saying in Quebec?

The Quebec Magazine L’actualité had as its feature in the December edition “Comment Aller Mieux: Conseils d’experts Pour tenir le coup durant cette 77^^%%@@ pandémie” meaning “How to feel better: expert advice in coping with a difficult situation during this (expletive) pandemic”. Part of the article dealt how are the guys doing? Phillipe Roy aContinue reading “COVID-19 and Mental Health: What are they saying in Quebec?”