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Michael Kovrig gets first COVID vaccine dose at east-end Toronto pharmacy

[ad_1] When east-end pharmacist Kyro Maseh heard that Michael Kovrig had returned home and planned to visit his clinic to get his first dose of vaccine, he was surprised and thrilled to be a part of it. The pharmacist gave Kovrig his first COVID-19 vaccine dose Monday afternoon, but not before welcoming him into the …

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Richmond Hill doctor draws fire for reportedly handing out vaccine exemptions

[ad_1] The Ontario Ministry of Health is demanding an investigation into reports a Richmond Hill doctor drew large crowds apparently willing to pay $50 for medical exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine at a local walk-in clinic over the weekend. Dr. Christopher Hassell has stepped away from his practice at York Medical Clinic on Yonge Street, …

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Canadian comic Norm Macdonald dies at 61 after a private battle with cancer

[ad_1] TORONTO – Norm Macdonald, whose dry, caustic wit propelled him from Canadian comedy clubs to “Saturday Night Live” fame, adhered to a “purist” comedic philosophy that won him the admiration of his famous contemporaries, even if it polarized audiences, says his brother. Neil Macdonald said the sardonic standup lived by the maxim that comedy …

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Toronto will host first in-person road race since COVID with Constantine Yorkville Run

[ad_1] Toronto is getting ready for city’s first in-person road race since the pandemic began. Participants in the Constantine Yorkville Run will hit the pavement for the 12th annual 5k race this weekend on Sept. 12 at 9 a.m. starting from Bay Street at Yorkville Avenue. Organizers of the event are taking extra health and …

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Ontario’s new school screening guidelines for COVID exclude runny noses, headaches

[ad_1] With less than two weeks before school starts, the province has updated its school screening guidelines for those returning to the classrooms on Friday. The most noticeable change is that symptoms like runny noses and headaches are no longer included in the list of possible COVID-19 symptoms for returning students. Dr. Vinita Dubey, associate …

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Toronto police make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory against protest from officers’ union

[ad_1] The Toronto police service has announced COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for all 7,400 uniform officers and civilian employees — a move the police union is opposing because it’s missing “critical details.” In an announcement Tuesday, the force said all Toronto police members will be required to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status …

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Epstein accuser sues Prince Andrew, citing sex assault at 17

[ad_1] NEW YORK (AP) — One of Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime accusers sued Prince Andrew on Monday, saying he sexually assaulted her when she was 17. Lawyers for Virginia Giuffre filed the lawsuit in Manhattan federal court. In a statement, Giuffre said the lawsuit was brought under the Child Victims Act to allege she was trafficked …

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Blood thinners could increase the chance of survival in moderately ill COVID-19 patients, study shows

[ad_1] Treating moderately ill, hospitalized COVID-19 patients with a higher dose of blood thinners could significantly reduce the probability they’ll become critically ill, according to a Canadian-led, international study published Wednesday. With unvaccinated COVID-19 patients still being admitted to intensive care units, and the chance of a fourth wave of the pandemic on the horizon, …

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