5 things to know by Tuesday, May 4, 2021

TORONTO – Canada has now given at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 40.91 percent of the country’s eligible population. What else do you need to know to start your day.

1. Recommendations of NACI: The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is under fire as opposed to the advice that Canadians have been receiving for weeks, offering to take the first COVID-19 vaccine they are offering.

2. Third Wave: Alberta is now reporting the highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita across Canada and the United States.

3. Vaccine Eligibility: With Canada set to receive larger doses in the coming weeks, Granthshala.ca outlines which groups are recommended to be eligible to receive which vaccine, and Where will they be able to get it.

4. Litigation: Federal conservatives and the NDP are facing frustration after an argument about calling on Chief of Staff of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to testify at General Jonathan Vance’s investigation was abruptly canceled on Monday.

5. RCMP Support: German officials say they busted one of the world’s largest international darknet platforms for child pornography following a complex investigation aided by the Canadian RCMP.

One more thing…

Stool Sample Study: A team of researchers from New England found that even in the early 19th century, rich and powerful people were not free from fecal parasites.


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