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But most of us are already doing our part

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According to the CBC, Canada’s chief public health officer has warned that the upcoming months “will be “very challenging” and she “continued to urge Canadians to do their part in lessening the strain on health-care systems.” The thing is that the vast majority of Canadians are clearly doing their part – all they can to […]

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No reason yet to get too alarmed about the deaths in Norway following coronavirus vaccination

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As of Sunday, January 17, Norway has reported the deaths of 29 frail, elderly seniors with serious underlying health conditions following inoculation with coronavirus vaccine (all the vaccines used in Norway were from Pfizer). Clearly, this needs to be very carefully and speedily monitored and evaluated, especially looking for a warning sign that might indicate […]

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How it will all end

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According to a modelling analysis just published in the journal, Science, the likeliest end to this pandemic is with the SARS-CoV-2 joining the ranks of four older mild cold-causing coronaviruses that currently circulate in humans. In other words, like a relative who has come to stay, SARS-CoV-2 will never leave us. Rather, it will turn […]

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Just Askin’ 3

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Earlier in the week, Pfizer announced that it will be cutting vaccine delivery to Canada and the EU, where the vaccine is apparently manufactured, because of a ramp-up it’s doing to its factories in the EU to allow it to manufacture more vaccine – eventually. But today, January 16, according to a report on the […]

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Just Askin’ 2: Are we all happy with the way COVID vaccinations have gone down in Canada?

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We are making international headlines for all the wrong reasons. According to an article on January 15 in the Washington Post, “Canada has given at least one dose of a vaccine to 1.2 percent of its population” while the much-maligned American vaccine rollout campaign “has administered three times as many doses per capita.” And we’re about […]