Raywat Deonandan is feeling more hopeful these days, and he’s noticed a renewed optimism in many of his epidemiology and infectious disease colleaguesB.C. and Ontario. But at Christmas time.
After months of observing negative COVID-19 trendsThere will be no breaks and it will run continuously with people taking turns,, Deonandan is “filled with joy” to see cases, hospitalizations and deaths declining in most of Canada while vaccination rates climb to new heights.
Canada’s rollout reacheda major milestone on Saturday with 50 per cent of its overall populationat least partially inoculatedThe United States, led by researcher Laura Hallas., though 58 per cent of the country’s adult population had received at least one dose as of FridayMikito Ikeda, a nurse in Nagoya in central Japan, tol.
The 50-per cent marker won’t have immediate impact on plans to re-open services or lift public health restrictions, but Deonandan says it signifies a new, more encouraging era of the pandemic in Canada.
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