1. Should COVID-19 vaccines be mandatory in Canada? What about a vaccine passport? Health, legal experts weigh in  Yahoo News
  2. COVID-19 updates, July 21: People 20 to 29 are driving a rise in Quebec cases  Montreal Gazette
  3. Rare 'breakthrough' COVID-19 cases are causing alarm, confusion  CTV News
  4. Coronavirus Update: How the world is learning to ‘let it go’ and live with COVID-19  The Globe and Mail
  5. 65 per cent of adults in Toronto are now fully vaccinated | COVID-19 in Canada  CTV News
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While previous conversations in Canada were focused on getting COVID-19 vaccines administered as quickly as possible, significant public discourse has shifted to whether or not vaccination should be mandated in different settings with some sort of proof of vaccination, often called a vaccine passport or vaccine certificate.While previous conversations in Canada were focused on getting COVID-19 vaccines administered as quickly as possible, significant public discourse has shifted to whether or not vaccination should be mandated in different settings with some sort of proof of vaccination, often called a vaccine passport or vaccine certificate.

Should COVID-19 vaccines be mandatory in Canada? What about a vaccine passport? Health, legal experts weigh in

Reports of athletes, lawmakers and others getting the coronavirus despite vaccination may sound alarming but top health experts point to overwhelming evidence that the shots are doing exactly what they are supposed to: dramatically reducing severe illness and death.Reports of athletes, lawmakers and others getting the coronavirus despite vaccination may sound alarming but top health experts point to overwhelming evidence that the shots are doing exactly what they are supposed to: dramatically reducing severe illness and death.

Rare 'breakthrough' COVID-19 cases are causing alarm, confusion | CTV News

Young adults are among the least vaccinated – 30% of 18- to 29-year-old Quebecers have not received a first dose or booked an appointment to get one.

COVID-19 updates, July 21: People 20 to 29 are driving a rise in Quebec cases | Montreal Gazette

COVID-19 updates, July 21: People 20 to 29 are driving a rise in Quebec cases | Montreal Gazette

The World Health Organization says there were more than 3.4 million new global cases of the coronavirus last week, a 12 per cent increase from the previous week.The World Health Organization says there were more than 3.4 million new global cases of the coronavirus last week, a 12 per cent increase from the previous week.

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The Biden Administration has admitted, proudly admitted, that they are colluding with social media companies to flag content they consider to be misinformation so that those posts can be deleted The Biden Administration has admitted, proudly admitted, that they are colluding with social media companies to flag content they consider to be misinformation so that those posts can be deleted

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The Biden Administration has admitted, proudly admitted, that they are colluding with social media companies to flag content they consider to be misinformation so that those posts can be deleted The Biden Administration has admitted, proudly admitted, that they are colluding with social media companies to flag content they consider to be misinformation so that those posts can be deleted

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It's not over. Nowhere near it.

Analysis: A day of reckoning shows America's Covid pandemic battle is sliding backward

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Should the nearly 60% of adult Americans who have been fully vaccinated seek out a booster or not? Ultimately, the question of whether a booster is needed is unlikely to determine the FDA's decision.Should the nearly 60% of adult Americans who have been fully vaccinated seek out a booster or not? Ultimately, the question of whether a booster is needed is unlikely to determine the FDA's decision.

Necessary or Not, COVID Booster Shots Are Probably on the Horizon

Personal protection against COVID-19 was the main reason given for vaccine acceptance among respondents in low- and middle-income countries, and concern about side effects was the most common reason for vaccine hesitancy.Personal protection against COVID-19 was the main reason given for vaccine acceptance among respondents in low- and middle-income countries, and concern about side effects was the most common reason for vaccine hesitancy.

Vaccine acceptance higher in developing nations than U.S. | Cornell Chronicle

Chinese CDC director Gao Fu said he has received three shots of different types of COVID-19 vaccines made by Chinese vaccine developers and felt no physical discomfort. He says he is feeling confident about home-made vaccines.

Chinese CDC director receives 3 kinds of domestic vaccines with no physical discomfort - Global Times

Fully vaccinated Olympic athletes and members of Congress have tested positive for the virus. Should you be worried? How common are breakthrough infections, and are they rising?Fully vaccinated Olympic athletes and members of Congress have tested positive for the virus. Should you be worried? How common are breakthrough infections, and are they rising?

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Top stories: Europe passes 50 million confirmed COVID-19 cases; President Biden urges Americans to get vaccinated; Eid al-Adha celebrated under COVID-19 curbs. Top stories: Europe passes 50 million confirmed COVID-19 cases; President Biden urges Americans to get vaccinated; Eid al-Adha celebrated under COVID-19 curbs.

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With the Delta variant spreading and vaccinations increasing the term is becoming widely used and misunderstood.With the Delta variant spreading and vaccinations increasing the term is becoming widely used and misunderstood.

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Physicians urge FDA to “work on the weekends” to speed approval because it may help boost vaccination ratesPhysicians urge FDA to “work on the weekends” to speed approval because it may help boost vaccination rates

When will COVID-19 vaccines be fully approved—and does it matter whether they are? | Science | AAAS

WHO continues fight against pandemic amid worsening global public health emergency and uneven vaccine rollout

Could COVID-19 vaccine side-effects be contagious? We tell you the truth and clear fearsCould COVID-19 vaccine side-effects be contagious? We tell you the truth and clear fears

Coronavirus vaccine: Can COVID-19 vaccines lead to 'vaccine shedding'? Could your side-effects be contagious? | The Times of India

Despite the surge in infections from the Delta variant of the coronavirus, a Yahoo News/YouGov poll has found that 93 percent of unvaccinated U.S. adults, the equivalent of 76 million people, say they will either “never” get vaccinated (51 percent); that they will keep waiting “to see what happens to others before deciding” (20 percent); or that they’re not sure (22 percent).Despite the surge in infections from the Delta variant of the coronavirus, a Yahoo News/YouGov poll has found that 93 percent of unvaccinated U.S. adults, the equivalent of 76 million people, say they will either “never” get vaccinated (51 percent); that they will keep waiting “to see what happens to others before deciding” (20 percent); or that they’re not sure (22 percent).

Unvaccinated Americans say COVID vaccines are riskier than virus, even as Delta surges among them

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine have developed a computerized decision analytic model to compare projected outcomes of three vaccine strategies: a patient opts for a messenger RNA vaccine, a patient decides to get an adenovirus vector vaccine or the patient simply forgoes a vaccine altogether.Researchers at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine have developed a computerized decision analytic model to compare projected outcomes of three vaccine strategies: a patient opts for a messenger RNA vaccine, a patient decides to get an adenovirus vector vaccine or the patient simply forgoes a vaccine altogether.

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A new paper, available on the medRxiv* preprint server, presents lessons learned from the implementation of three adult vaccine programs in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in Africa and South America.A new paper, available on the medRxiv* preprint server, presents lessons learned from the implementation of three adult vaccine programs in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in Africa and South America.

How to run a COVID-19 vaccination campaign: lessons from other infectious outbreaks

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Americans can expect more mandates following full approval of vaccines by the FDA, experts say.Americans can expect more mandates following full approval of vaccines by the FDA, experts say.

Health experts suggest vaccine mandates to become more likely following full FDA approval | The Post Millennial

Comparing COVID-19 vaccines with others that are less effective makes people see them more favourably.Comparing COVID-19 vaccines with others that are less effective makes people see them more favourably.

Vaccines for COVID are much more effective than for flu – and reminding people could drive down hesitancy

A quick guide on what to do if you think you have been infected with COVID-19 as the delta variant creates COVID symptoms for people.Here’s a quick look at what to do if you think you have been infected with COVID-19.

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VACCINATING those under 18 has drawn much criticism from some health experts - should we be vaccinating teens? VACCINATING those under 18 has drawn much criticism from some health experts - should we be vaccinating teens?

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As the Biden administration struggles to convince unvaccinated Americans to voluntarily take widely available COVID-19 vaccines in the face of rising infections and hospitalizations, one health expert believes vaccines could likely become mandated by businesses and government agencies once they receive full approval from the Food and Drug Administration.As the Biden administration struggles to convince unvaccinated Americans to voluntarily take widely available COVID-19 vaccines in the face of rising infections and hospitalizations, one health expert believes vaccines could likely become mandated by businesses and government agencies once they receive full approval from the Food and Drug Administration.

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Vaccine hesitancy in parents shouldn't mean adolescents can't get vaccinated.Vaccine hesitancy in parents shouldn't mean adolescents can't get vaccinated.

Teens should have a say in whether they get a COVID vaccine

Around 23 million children missed out on basic vaccines through routine immunisation services in 2020 — 3.7 million more than in 2019 — according to official data published today by the World Health Organisation and UNICEF.Around 23 million children missed out on basic vaccines through routine immunisation services in 2020 — 3.7 million more than in 2019 — according to official data published today by the World Health Organisation and UNICEF.

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KATHMANDU, JULY 20Around 23 million children missed out on basic vaccines through routine immunisation services in 2020 - 3.7 million more than in 2019 - according to official data published today by the World Health Organisation and UNICEF. Related Articles ...KATHMANDU, JULY 20Around 23 million children missed out on basic vaccines through routine immunisation services in 2020 - 3.7 million more than in 2019 - according to official data published today by the World Health Organisation and UNICEF. Related Articles ...

COVID-19 pandemic leads to major backsliding on childhood vaccinations

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The World Health Organisation says there were more than 3.The World Health Organisation says there were more than 3.

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Here's what you need to know about the pandemic right now.Here's what you need to know about the pandemic right now.

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So far, new deaths due to Covid-19 remain low.

Average number of new NY Covid cases jumps 154%; hospitalizations tick higher - syracuse.com

'A tremendous number of government and private policies' regarding the vaccination of children are dependent upon one questionable data point, doctor says.'A tremendous number of government and private policies' regarding the vaccination of children are dependent upon one questionable data point, doctor says.

Johns Hopkins Study Found Zero COVID Deaths Among Healthy Kids

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While reports of athletes, lawmakers and others occasionally getting the coronavirus despite vaccination may sound alarming, top health experts point to overwhelming evidence that the shots dramatically reduce severe disease and deathWhile reports of athletes, lawmakers and others occasionally getting the coronavirus despite vaccination may sound alarming, top health experts point to overwhelming evidence that the shots dramatically reduce severe disease and death

Rare 'breakthrough' COVID cases are causing alarm, confusion - The Washington Post

Since the start of the pandemic, politicization and misinformation have led to hesitancy about the COVID-19 vaccine. However, vaccine hesitancy is not a new behavior.Since the start of the pandemic, politicization and misinformation have led to hesitancy about the COVID-19 vaccine. However, vaccine hesitancy is not a new behavior.

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While people across the U.S. continue to get vaccinated against COVID-19, some parents are worried about the effects of the vaccine on themselves and their children.While people across the U.S. continue to get vaccinated against COVID-19, some parents are worried about the effects of the vaccine on themselves and their children.

90% of hesitant parents could be swayed to vaccinate their kids against COVID-19, survey finds | myfox8.com

Some articles and social media posts cite data from the “Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System” with data supporting the claim that thousands of people have died.The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System is managed by the CDC and the FDA, which are credible sources. But, the agencies said these claims are misconstrued data.

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The delta variant now makes up about 83% of new COVID-19 cases in the country, and the uptick is seen everywhere.Sacramento County is up roughly five new cases from exactly one week ago at 14.2 new cases per 100,000 people, and vaccination numbers are still low. Specifically, in the North Highlands area with 95660 ZIP code, where 41% of residents have received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and only 35% are fully vaccinated.

Fear, misinformation prevalent in Sacramento area neighborhood with low vaccination rates