Ontario says its weekly deliveries of the Pfizer-BioTech COVID-19 vaccine will be cut by as much as 80 per cent over the next month. The Province also confirmed another 2,873 resolved cases.
"This is one of the lessons learned in the two days (that the clinic was operating), you know that there should have been and there will now be going forward some protection like a password so the link can't be shared", Tory said.
Data on the NRPH website shows all eligible residents at Deer Park Villa, and Gilmore Lodge have been vaccinated, with many more homes already over 90% vaccinated.
The Ontario government announced that is providing up to $125 million to add over 500 critical care and high intensity medicine beds to hospitals in areas with high rates of COVID-19 transmission.
Ottawa Public Health reports its own figures, which can differ from the provincial figures, later in the day.
Ford has set a deadline to have all seniors' residents in Ontario LTC homes immunized by February 15.
Quebec reported under 1,400 cases on Tuesday, its lowest daily count since the start of December. I'd be outside that guys house saying, 'Where's our vaccines?
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Krystle Caputo said 57 residents, 43 staff, and two essential visitors have tested positive for COVID-19 at Roberta Place.
Nunavut chief public health officer Dr. Michael Patterson says the person was tested on January 18 and results came back today after the flight had already departed.
British Columbia's health minister says the province will adjust its vaccination plans in light of the news that Pfizer-BioNTech will not send any doses to Canada next week.
Health officials say hospitalizations related to the illness dropped to 1,467 and 216 patients were in intensive care.
Ottawa reported 85 new cases on Monday.
Eight people not on the priority list were mistakenly given a COVID-19 vaccine at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this week after an online registration link to book appointments was "erroneously shared".