1. Today's coronavirus news: Ontarians aged 12 to 17 now eligible for accelerated second dose; Canada to receive 3.7 million more COVID-19 doses this week  TheRecord.com
  2. Ontario reports 213 COVID-19 cases on Sunday  CBC.ca
  3. Ontario reports 209 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday  CityNews Toronto
  4. Shall we vaccinate our children? We could start by asking them first  The Guardian
  5. Pregnant Women Can Get Vaccinated, CoWIN Registration, Walk-In Allowed  NDTV
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Meanwhile, parts of Indonesia lack oxygen supplies as the number of critically ill COVID-19 patients who need it increases.Meanwhile, parts of Indonesia lack oxygen supplies as the number of critically ill COVID-19 patients who need it increases.

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CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at the top five stories to watch in Ottawa this week.CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at the top five stories to watch in Ottawa this week.

Ottawa youths eligible for accelerated second doses and homeowners face a three per cent tax hike: Five stories to watch this week | CTV News

MONTREAL — A Quebec woman who was the first person in Canada to receive a COVID-19 vaccine has died. Gisele Lévesque, 89, died peacefully of natural causes last Monday, surrounded by family, according to the public health authority in Quebec City. The health authority said her death was not related to COVID-19. Lévesque received the first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine last Dec. 14 at the CHSLD St-Antoine, a long-term care home in Quebec...

'Figure of hope' praised for role in COVID-19 fight after death

Sunday's report included 286 recoveriesSunday's report included 286 recoveries

Ontario reports 213 new COVID cases Sunday - Sault Ste. Marie News

The UAE, the region's tourism, trade and business hub, has had one of the world's fastest vaccination campaigns but daily coronavirus cases have remained close to 2,000, though below a peak near 4,000 in FebruaryThe UAE, the region's tourism, trade and business hub, has had one of the world's fastest vaccination campaigns but daily coronavirus cases have remained close to 2,000, though below a peak near 4,000 in February

UAE approves Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use

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

The CDC is investigating the death of a 13-year-old boy who died just three days after receiving the second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.The CDC is investigating the death of a 13-year-old boy who died just three days after receiving the second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.

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Youth aged 12 to 17 can move up their appointments through the provincial booking system, pharmacies or local public health unitsRead the full story and comment on GuelphToday.

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India News: The Centre has approved Covid vaccinations for pregnant women. The health ministry said on Friday that the decision based on recommendations of NatioIndia News: The Centre has approved Covid vaccinations for pregnant women. The health ministry said on Friday that the decision based on recommendations of Natio

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Covid 19 Vaccination for Pregnant Women: Pregnant women in India are now eligible for vaccination against Covid-19. Can there be side effects? Are certain pregnant women to be excluded? A look at the Health Ministry guidelines.Pregnant women in India are now eligible for vaccination against Covid-19. Can there be side effects? Are certain pregnant women to be excluded? A look at the Health Ministry guidelines.

Covid 19 Vaccination for Pregnant Women: Here are the Health Ministry guidelines

Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) on Friday approved the vaccination of pregnant women against COVID-19.Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) on Friday approved the vaccination of pregnant women against COVID-19.

COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant women now allowed; check details here

Covid 19 Vaccination for Pregnant woman: On the side effects of the Covid vaccines, the government had earlier, in a factsheet, stated that the vaccines available are safe and vaccination protects pregnant women against Covid-19 disease like other individuals.On the side effects of the Covid vaccines, the government had earlier, in a factsheet, stated that the vaccines available are safe and vaccination protects pregnant women against Covid-19 disease like other individuals.

Pregnant women now eligible for Covid-19 vaccination; CoWIN registration, walk-in allowed

The Union Health Ministry on Friday also said there has been an 86 percent decline in COVID-19 cases in India since the peak on 10 May, when the number stood at 37.45 lakhThe Union Health Ministry on Friday also said there has been an 86 percent decline in COVID-19 cases in India since the peak on 10 May, when the number stood at 37.45 lakh

COVID-19 news: Second wave not over yet, warns Centre; Pregnant women now eligible for vaccination

Pregnant women may now register on CoWIN or walk-in to the nearest COVID Vaccination Centre (CVC) to get themselves vaccinated, noted the ministryPregnant women may now register on CoWIN or walk-in to the nearest COVID Vaccination Centre (CVC) to get themselves vaccinated, noted the ministry

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They can register for the shot on the Centre’s CoWIN portal or can directly walk into vaccination centres.They can register for the shot on the Centre’s CoWIN portal or can directly walk into vaccination centres.

Coronavirus: Pregnant women can now get vaccinated for Covid-19, says Centre

They can register for the shot on the Centre’s CoWIN portal or can directly walk into vaccination centres.They can register for the shot on the Centre’s CoWIN portal or can directly walk into vaccination centres.

Coronavirus: Pregnant women can now get vaccinated for Covid-19, says Centre

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