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After weeks of relatively low COVID-19 numbers, Public Health is reporting one new case on Sunday.After weeks of relatively low COVID-19 numbers, Public Health is reporting one new case on Sunday.

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As travel restrictions relax across Canada, the Maritime provinces continue to push vaccines and prepare for the next phases of the pandemic.As travel restrictions relax across Canada, the Maritime provinces continue to push vaccines and prepare for the next phases of the pandemic.

'Take the first vaccine available’: Maritime vaccination rates continue to rise | CTV News

If under-18s are vulnerable, let’s jab straight away. Then we need a wider plan that doesn’t leave teenagers as the unvaccinated ‘class apart’If under-18s are vulnerable, let’s jab straight away. Then we need a wider plan that doesn’t leave teenagers as the unvaccinated ‘class apart’

Shall we vaccinate our children? We could start by asking them first | Russell Viner | The Guardian

The choice is between vaccinating or eventually getting infected.The choice is between vaccinating or eventually getting infected.

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Early case reports should inform more robust researchEarly case reports should inform more robust research

Our Narrow Understanding of Myocarditis After COVID Vaccines | MedPage Today

As of Sunday, 39.6 per cent of eligible New Brunswickers have had both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.As of Sunday, 39.6 per cent of eligible New Brunswickers have had both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19: New Brunswick reporting 1 death, 1 new case - New Brunswick | Globalnews.ca

Without fast, strategic thinking on teenage vaccination, the UK's bid to loosen all restrictions on Jul 19 will spell Freedom Day for the virus, ...Without fast, strategic thinking on teenage vaccination, the UK's bid to loosen all restrictions on Jul 19 will spell Freedom Day for the virus, ...

Commentary: Unvaccinated teenagers risk turning schools into viral COVID-19 reservoirs - CNA

There are now 22 active COVID-19 cases in the province -- the lowest number of active cases since Nov. 15, 2020.There are now 22 active COVID-19 cases in the province -- the lowest number of active cases since Nov. 15, 2020.

COVID-19: New Brunswick reports lowest active case count since November 2020 - New Brunswick | Globalnews.ca

By Fiona Russell, Peter McIntyre and Shidan Tosif for The Conversation Eighteen months into the Covid-19 pandemic, some countries that have achieved high vaccination coverage in adults have started vaccinating adolescents aged 12-15. Drivers to vaccinate children and adolescents include building confidence to open schools, preventing severe disease, and reducing transmissionBy Fiona Russell, Peter McIntyre and Shidan Tosif for The Conversation Eighteen months into the Covid-19 pandemic, some countries that have achieved high vaccination coverage in adults have started

Let’s hold off vaccinating children and teens against Covid-19; Prioritising adults is our best shot for now | Deccan Herald

Nine in 10 parents of school-age pupils say they favour giving their children a Covid vaccine if available, according to a national survey.

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Vaccinating adults, parents and school staff will thus be key to prevent coronavirus infections in children and schools, news agency PTI reported quoting the study. | Latest News IndiaVaccinating adults, parents and school staff will thus be key to prevent coronavirus infections in children and schools, news agency PTI reported quoting the study.

Vaccinating adults will be key to prevent Covid-19 infection in schools: Study | Latest News India - Hindustan Times

Measles, diphtheria, polio, whooping cough, mumps, flu, meningitis — the list of illnesses against which children are vaccinated goes on and on. By the time they start school aged four, a BritishMeasles, diphtheria, polio, whooping cough, mumps, flu, meningitis — the list of illnesses against which children are vaccinated goes on and on. By the time they start school aged four, a British

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Health experts say it’s a sign more adults and adolescents need to get vaccinated to avoid bringing the virus home and spreading to unvaccinated kids.Health experts say it’s a sign more adults and adolescents need to get vaccinated to avoid bringing the virus home and spreading to unvaccinated kids.

At the start of the pandemic, kids made up 2% of new COVID infections. Now, they make up 24%. What happened?

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