'The clock is ticking:' Ontario's top doctor says youth vaccination rates must pick up ahead of school resuming  CP24 Toronto's Breaking NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Ontario’s top public health official says that the “clock in ticking” when it comes to improving youth vaccination rates in time for the resumption of school in the fall. Ontario’s top public health official says that the “clock in ticking” when it comes to improving youth vaccination rates in time for the resumption of school in the fall.

'The clock is ticking:' Ontario's top doctor says youth vaccination rates must pick up ahead of school resuming | CP24.com

Dr. Kieran Moore noted on Tuesday that classes in Ontario schools, as well as many colleges and universities, are due to pick up in less than two months.Dr. Kieran Moore noted on Tuesday that classes in Ontario schools, as well as many colleges and universities, are due to pick up in less than two months.

Ontario top doctor calls for COVID-19 vaccine push among young people ahead of school return | Globalnews.ca

Dr. Kieran Moore noted on Tuesday that classes in Ontario schools, as well as many colleges and universities, are due to pick up in less than two months.

Ontario top doctor calls for COVID-19 vaccine push among young people ahead of school return | Globalnews.ca

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Meanwhile, Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he’s committed to maintaining a wage increase brought in for personal support workers during the pandemic.Meanwhile, Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he’s committed to maintaining a wage increase brought in for personal support workers during the pandemic.

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Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, stressed the importance of everyone in the province receiving a full course of COVID-19 vaccination, as most recent cases are in individuals who have not been vaccinated yet.Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, stressed the importance of everyone in the province receiving a full course of COVID-19 vaccination, as most recent cases are in individuals who have not been vaccinated yet.

When will COVID-19 be over? Ontario's top doctor says 'clock is ticking' to get vaccinated, use 'our ticket out of this pandemic'

Walk-ins aged 12 to 17 are welcome for first doses at Peterborough Regional Health Centre vaccine clinics. They're also now able to book appointments for a second shot. Walk-ins aged 12 to 17 are welcome for first doses at Peterborough Regional Health Centre vaccine clinics. They're also now able to book appointments for a second shot.

Peterborough youth eligible for 2nd COVID-19 vaccine dose; PRHC offers 1st dose youth walk-in clinic - Peterborough | Globalnews.ca

Ontario youth aged 12 to 17 were able to start booking accelerated second doses of their COVID-19 vaccines Monday as the government worked to boost immunization rates before school resumes in September.Appointments opened at 8 a.

Vaccinations among 12+ will allow schools in-person learning in Fall in Mississauga, Brampton and Ontario | insauga.com

Ontario study finds COVID vaccines performing better than expected at preventing infections, hospitalizations and deathsOntario study finds COVID vaccines performing better than expected at preventing infections, hospitalizations and deaths

Ontario study finds COVID vaccines performing better than expected at preventing infections, hospitalizations and deaths – Barrie 360Barrie 360

Ontario is reporting 170 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death on Monday. It is the smallest daily increase of new infections since Sept. 9. The province is reporting a test positivity rate of 1.3 per cent, down from 1.8 per cent one week ago. There were 12,949 tests completed in the last 24-hour period. […]

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Ontario youth aged 12 to 17 can now book an accelerated second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments opened up at 8 a.m. Monday.Ontario youth aged 12 to 17 can now book an accelerated second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments opened up at 8 a.m. Monday.

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The Centre is committed to accelerating the pace and expanding the scope of COVID-19 vaccination throughout the country.The Centre is committed to accelerating the pace and expanding the scope of COVID-19 vaccination throughout the country.

Over 1.66 Crore Unutilised Covid-19 Vaccine Doses Available with States, Private Hospitals, Says Centre | India.com

Health Minister Rajesh Tope, who moved the resolution in the House, said the state machinery was well equipped to vaccinate 10 lakh people per day, provided the doses were available.Health Minister Rajesh Tope, who moved the resolution in the House, said the state machinery was well equipped to vaccinate 10 lakh people per day, provided the doses were available.

Maharashtra Assembly passes resolution seeking 3 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses from Centre per month - The Economic Times

To fully vaccinate the remaining target population by August, India would need to give out nearly 4.5 million doses every day.To fully vaccinate the remaining target population by August, India would need to give out nearly 4.5 million doses every day.

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To fully vaccinate the remaining target population by August, India would need to give out nearly 4.5 million doses every day.To fully vaccinate the remaining target population by August, India would need to give out nearly 4.5 million doses every day.

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Delhi, 6th July 2021: The Union Government is committed to accelerating the pace and expanding the scope of COVID-19 vaccination throughout the country. The new phase of universalization of COVID-19 vaccination commenced from 21st June 2021. The vaccination drive has been ramped up through availabilDelhi, 6th July 2021: The Union Government is committed to accelerating the pace and expanding the scope of COVID-19 vaccination throughout the country. The new phase of universalization of COVID-19 vaccination commenced from 21st June 2021. The vaccination drive has been ramped up through availabil

India Reports 34,703 New Cases In Last 24 Hours, Lowest In 111 Days, More Than 37.07 Crore Vaccine Doses Provided To States/UTs – Punekar News

Ontarians aged 12 to 17 became eligible to book an accelerated second dose of COVID-19 vaccine Monday, as Premier Doug Ford said he will maintain a wage increase for personal support workers introduced during the pandemic.Ontarians aged 12 to 17 became eligible to book an accelerated second dose of COVID-19 vaccine Monday, as Premier Doug Ford said he will maintain a wage increase for personal support workers introduced during the pandemic.

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As manufacturers struggle to scale up production, the pace of vaccination drive is at risk of losing momentum once again; hospitals admit supply has been erratic lately As manufacturers struggle to scale up production, the pace of vaccination drive is at risk of losing momentum once again; hospitals admit supply has been erratic lately

Govt Affidavit To SC Estimates A Severe Slash In Vaccine Doses From 216 Crore To 135 Crore For August-December 2021

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Mumbai News: Health Minister Rajesh Tope moved the resolution in the assembly, stating that the state’s health machinery is capable of vaccinating 10-14 lakh people daily.Health Minister Rajesh Tope moved the resolution in the assembly, stating that the state’s health machinery is capable of vaccinating 10-14 lakh people daily.

Resolution passed to demand 3 crore vaccine doses a month from Centre | Mumbai News

More than 1.66 crore (1,66,63,643) coronavirus vaccine doses are currently available with states, union territories, and private hospitals to be administered, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said in a press release todayMore than 1.66 crore (1,66,63,643) coronavirus vaccine doses are currently available with states, union territories, and private hospitals to be administered, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said in a press release today

1.66 crore COVID-19 vaccine doses available with states: Centre | NewsBytes

The Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution, asking the Centre to provide a minimum of three crore Covid-19 vaccine doses per month to the state to reduce the impact of a possible third wave of the viral infection.The Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution, asking the Centre to provide a minimum of three crore Covid-19 vaccine doses per month to the state to reduce the impact of a possible third wave of the viral infection.

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Of the total 35,71,05,461 vaccine doses, 10,25,96,048 people in the age group of 18-44 years have received their first dose, so far.Over 41 lakh 34 thousand were vaccinated against coronavirus in the last 24 hoursOf the total 35,71,05,461 vaccine doses, 10,25,96,048 people in the age group of 18-44 years have received their first dose, so far.Over 41 lakh 34 thousand were vaccinated against coronavirus in the last 24 hours

More than 35.71 crore Covid vaccine doses administered in India so far

KUALA LUMPUR, July 6 — Public health authorities administered more than 313,761 Covid-19 vaccine doses on July 5, the Covid-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee Special Committee (JKJAV) said today, the highest rate to date as the government ramps up efforts to immunise more people. There were...KUALA LUMPUR, July 6 — Public health authorities administered more than 313,761 Covid-19 vaccine doses on July 5, the Covid-19 Vaccine Supply Access Guarantee Special Committee (JKJAV) said today, the highest rate to date as the government ramps up efforts to immunise more people. There were...

JKJAV: More than 300,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines administered yesterday, highest so far | Malaysia | Malay Mail

The National covid-19 immunisation programme has achieved a new milestone of administering over 300,000 doses in one day. 20% of the population have gotten at least one dose.The National covid-19 immunisation programme has achieved a new milestone of administering over 300,000 doses in one day. 20% of the population have gotten at least one dose.

JKJAV: Record-high 313,761 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered on 5th July

The National covid-19 immunisation programme has achieved a new milestone of administering over 300,000 doses in one day. 20% of the population has gotten at least one dose.The National covid-19 immunisation programme has achieved a new milestone of administering over 300,000 doses in one day. 20% of the population has gotten at least one dose.

JKJAV: Record-high 313,761 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered on 5th July

By Monday evening, 357,105,461 vaccine doses were given across the states and UTs. As many as 4,134,868 doses were administered on the day | Latest News IndiaBy Monday evening, 357,105,461 vaccine doses were given across the states and UTs. As many as 4,134,868 doses were administered on the day

India has administered over 357 million Covid vaccine doses till now | Latest News India - Hindustan Times

The Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution, asking the Centre to provide a minimum of three crore COVID-19 vaccine doses per month to the state to reduce the impact of a possible third wave of the viral infection.The Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday passed a resolution, asking the Centre to provide a minimum of three crore COVID-19 vaccine doses per month to the state to reduce the impact of a possible third wave of the viral infection.

Maharashtra Assembly Passes Resolution Seeking 3 Crore Vaccine Doses Per Month From Centre

Ontario’s top doctor is calling for all eligible people — especially young adults and teens — to get vaccinated against COVID-19 ahead of the planned return to schools in September. Dr. Kieran Moore noted on Tuesday that classes in Ontario schools, as well as many colleges and universities, are due to pick up in less […]

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A new study of Ontario COVID-19 data finds all vaccines approved for use in Canada are doing better than first expected at preventing symptomatic infection, hospitalization or death from coronavirus variants of concern, even after just one dose.A new study of Ontario COVID-19 data finds all vaccines approved for use in Canada are doing better than first expected at preventing symptomatic infection, hospitalization or death from coronavirus variants of concern, even after just one dose.

New Ontario study finds even one COVID-19 vaccine dose provides strong protection against variants | CTV News