Where things stand with COVID-19 in Canada now


Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch talks to Andrew Chang about what is happening with COVID-19 in Canada now and what might happen with the virus in the fall.

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Coronavirus infections rise by nearly half a million in a week


COVID-19 cases have risen by 43% since last week to over 1.4m. Sky News’ Thomas Moore takes a closer look at the numbers.

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What have we learned after a two-year pandemic? | COVID-19 Special


The new Omicron subvariant BA.5 has triggered a rise in infections in Portugal. But in many countries, the pandemic appears to be leveling off. What have we learned over the last two years? We find out – in this week’s COVID-19 Special.

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Birx says U.S. should prepare for summer COVID-19 surge in South


Dr. Deborah Birx, who was former President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 response coordinator, says she expects a COVID-19 surge in states in the South over the summer.

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Beijing launches new rounds of COVID-19 testing in hard-hit Chaoyang district


Authorities in Beijing have called for another three rounds of mass COVID-19 testing in the Chaoyang district to control the spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.

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Moderna’s vaccine targeting COVID-19 variants shows promise


A new version of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine appears to offer protection ‘against all variants of concern,’ according to preliminary results released by the company. It plans to offer a vaccine that will target both the original strain and the Omicron variant as early as this fall.

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Shanghai’s COVID-19 lockdown tests limits of residents


Chinese officials are extending a mass lockdown across Shanghai — a city of 26 million — over a resurgence of the highly infectious Omicron coronavirus variant. The move has frustrated residents who complain about access to necessities including food and medicine.

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Growing concern with rising COVID-19 cases, provinces expand 4th dose eligibility


All signs are pointing to a surge in COVID-19 infections across Canada, but it’s not clear yet what kind of an impact it’ll have on hospitalizations. To combat the rise, Ontario will soon allow fourth COVID-19 vaccine doses to people aged 60 or older — one of several provinces expanding eligibility requirements.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Epidemics in History


Live Q&A, April 2 10:00 CST (GMT-5): Infectious epidemics have always driven change in human societies. Frank Snowden, Professor Emeritus of History of Medicine at Yale University and author of Epidemics and Society (2019), puts the #COVID19 pandemic in historical context. #Coronavirus #JAMALive

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1:34 Why are you in Italy, and what has Rome been like for the past 2 months?
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Experts say Ontario now in 6th wave of COVID-19


Coronavirus levels in wastewater now indicate there are 30,000 to 35,000 new daily COVID-19 infections in Ontario, say public health experts.

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