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Delay between doses ‘expected to be less’ than 4 months as supply increases: Vaccine panel

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The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is standing by its recommendation to delay second doses of two-shot COVID-19 vaccines by up to four months, but is now acknowledging that given Canada’s increasing vaccine supply, not everyone will be waiting four months between their doses.

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The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is standing by its recommendation to delay second doses of two-shot COVID-19 vaccines by up to four months, but is now acknowledging that given Canada’s increasing vaccine supply, not everyone will be waiting four months between their doses.
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N.B. reports first case of blood-clotting from AstraZeneca vaccine; no new cases of COVID-19

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New Brunswick reported its first case of blood-clotting in a person who received the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

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New Brunswick reported its first case of blood-clotting in a person who received the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
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‘Winter’s last hurrah’: April snow expected across southern Ontario, parts of Quebec

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As parts of Western Canada were hit with snow last week, cold weather is now expected to move into southern Ontario and parts of Quebec.

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As parts of Western Canada were hit with snow last week, cold weather is now expected to move into southern Ontario and parts of Quebec.
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Ford, noticeably absent from question period, to hold $1,000 PC-party Zoom fundraiser

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Premier Doug Ford plans to hold a $1,000 Zoom fundraiser for the provincial Progressive Conservative party later this week while Ontario battles against surging COVID-19 cases.

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Premier Doug Ford plans to hold a $1,000 Zoom fundraiser for the provincial Progressive Conservative party later this week while Ontario battles against surging COVID-19 cases.


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