1. 27 new COVID-19 cases reported in Waterloo region Monday  CBC.ca
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  3. AstraZeneca vaccine review is in the 'final stages,' Health Canada says  CBC.ca
  4. EDITORIAL: Canadians need to demand better from public health  Toronto Sun
  5. Canada’s coronavirus variants at ‘critical juncture,’ despite decline in cases: Tam  Global News
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Region of Waterloo Public Health reported 27 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, as the number of people who have died of the novel coronavirus held steady at 222. Variants of concern have been detected at a Cambridge school, and a congregate setting in the region.Region of Waterloo Public Health reported 27 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, as the number of people who have died of the novel coronavirus held steady at 222. Variants of concern have been detected at a Cambridge school, and a congregate setting in the region.

Region of Waterloo Public Health officials said there have been 32 COVID-19 variants of concern identified locally.Region of Waterloo Public Health officials said there have been 32 COVID-19 variants of concern identified locally.

32 cases of COVID-19 variants of concern have been identified in Waterloo Region | CTV News

The active caseload is now at 313The active caseload is now at 313

Region reports 28 new COVID cases Monday - KitchenerToday.com

The latest COVID-19 vaccination numbers in Waterloo Region show 13,093 people have now received two doses of the Pfizer vaccineThe latest COVID-19 vaccination numbers in Waterloo Region show 13,093 people have now received two doses of the Pfizer vaccine

Waterloo Region reports 27 new COVID-19 cases, active cases rise to 313 | Globalnews.ca