Coronovirus update: Canadian vaccine certificate works, says tourism minister


Evening, Here are the coronovirus updates you will need to know tonight.

Top Headlines:

  1. Government officials said a standardized vaccine certificate for travel is being developed in Canada, but few details are available
  2. Two of Canada’s largest operators of long-term care homes paid their top executives an annual bonus for 2020 – the year LTC homes were most affected by the epidemic
  3. Children are not well at all: Teachers fear that students will have a “deep disadvantage” in learning, which will make it more challenging to bring them back into the classroom once their time is back in the classroom.

In the last 7 days, Is 54,948 Cases have been registered, Below 2 percent For the past 7 days. Were there 329 is Declaration of deaths, Down 7 percent At the same time. at least Is 4,257 People are being treated in hospitals and 1,141,859 Others are believed to be recovered.

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Canada’s vaccination rate is 12th In 84 countries with a population of one million or more people.

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Source: Canada data compiled from government websites, Johns Hopkins and COVID-19 Canada Open Data Working Group; The international data is from Johns Hopkins University.


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Coronavirus in canada

  • In OntarioAccording to the memorandum sent to the chief officers of the province’s hospitals, the third wave is likely to survive without resorting to the triage protocol. Meanwhile, Toronto says it faces barriers to vaccinating the city’s homeless population as shelters report outbreaks of COVID-19. Education Minister Stephen Lacey said that students in the state can choose to take all their classes online.
  • Quebec Next week is ending emergency COVID-19 lockdown measures in parts of the province, including the Quebec City area.
  • Top Critical-Care Doctors Nova Scotia Halifax patients in intensive care are said to be facing transfers around the province in the coming weeks – depending on the province’s ability to reduce COVID-19 infection.
  • yesterday, Alberta Said that it would introduce new COVID-19 restrictions among the highest COVID-19 rates in North America. Meanwhile, a clergyman’s lawyer, accused of violating the COVID-19 rules, argued that the government tried to censor him.

In Ottawa, Tourism Minister Melanie Jolie says Canada is working with international partners on COVID-19 vaccine certification, a standard for international travel.

  • The minister said that Canada would “position itself as a safe destination” because vaccines are planted around the world.
  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said it makes sense for Canada and its partners to agree on “vaccination or some form of proof of vaccination”.

Kovid 19 Vaccines: The National Advisory Committee on Immunization subsequently recommended mRNA vaccines from Pfizer-BioNotech and Moderna over Oxford-AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson due to the risk of blood clots. The new recommendations set up a firearms scare, and prompted the Canadian Pharmacists Association to weigh in.

During this, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he is “extremely pleased” to receive the AstraZeneca shot, and that the only way every Canadian vaccination is to end the epidemic in the country.

COVID-19 and Children: Teachers worry about absenteeism due to the challenges of COVID-19 for parents and students.

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Coronavirus worldwide

  • Of India More than 20 million coronovirus infections occurred during the nationwide lockout on Tuesday, prompting a call to opposition leader Rahul Gandhi.
  • America President Joe Biden set a new goal of giving at least one dose to 70 percent of adult Americans by July 4.

Coronavirus and Business

Long-term care homes were hard-hit during the first wave of the epidemic. Meanwhile, Canada’s two largest long-term care operators paid annual bonuses for 2020 to their top executives.

  • Extendicare Inc. paid full bonuses to several top executives after exceeding profit targets for 2020.
  • Siena Senior Living Inc. decided to pay the bonuses despite allegedly missing its financial goals for profit and cash flow.

today also: Class-action lawsuits have been initiated against insurance companies in Canada and abroad by owners of commercial property, yet most policyholders are finding that insurance does not cover them from the damage caused by the COVID-19 epidemic.

And: Air Passenger Rights, an advocacy group, identified problems with the withdrawal rules to eliminate the problem the government of Canada had a year earlier.


Globe opinion

  • Aaron Burnett: Ottawa should abandon Canadian hotel quarantine to fully vaccinated travelers
  • Agni Ghosh: The safest way to end the COVID-19 pandemic is to raise vaccine patent protection
  • Celine Oguz: Generation Z cannot become Generation COVID-19
  • Rob Carrick: Can not afford a house? It’s probably not your fault

Over reporting

  • A new report states that Canadian scientists face an increasingly more competitive world after COVID-19
  • Workers still dissatisfied with bringing COVID-19 into long-term care homes in British Columbia
  • Pfizer forecasts full-year sales for COVID-19 vaccines, expecting it to continue for years
  • Canada’s trade balance has returned since 2019 due to a decrease in imports

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  • There are expectations of self-isolation here; Tips for managing anxiety and protecting your mental health; And what to do if you think you have a virus. Wash your hands How to break a bad habit (like touching your face). Is it safe to fly?
  • The best foods to maintain a diet suited to the immune system; And how to keep a healthy diet while working from home; Four tips to eat while working from home; And five mistakes that can cause you to gain unwanted weight. Here are the essential items to shop safely for groceries; The best pantry staples and how to prevent stress-eating.
  • Find answers to your coronavirus and employment questions.

Sources: Canada data are compiled from government websites, Johns Hopkins University and COVID-19 Canada Open Data Working Group; The international data are from Johns Hopkins.

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