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Arrivée plus tôt que prévu, la 7e vague de COVID-19 continue de s'accentuer au Québec, en cette période estivale où de plus en plus de citoyen.nes testent positif.ves. Ce jeudi 14 juillet, la Santé publique fera le point sur l'évolution de la situation et sur les prochaines étapes pour limiter la propagation.

Ne t'attends pas à voir le directeur national de santé publique, Dr Luc Boileau, ou encore le ministre de la Santé et des Services sociaux, Christian Dubé, assis derrière les micros. La conférence de presse sera donnée par la conseillère médicale stratégique senior de la Direction générale de la santé publique du ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS), Dre Marie-France Raynault.

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Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization is now suggesting that select groups in Canada should be given a second COVID-19 booster shot.

In a report put out by the committee on Tuesday, April 5, it was recommended that governments start to prepare for the deployment of a second booster to Canadians over the age of 80, as well as those who live in long-term care and other congregate living facilities for seniors.

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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has slammed the federal government's travel restrictions and proof of vaccination program, branding them "pointless."

In a video posted to Twitter, Kenney said the measures such as the proof of vaccination requirement to board flights have "no defensible public health rationale."

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This Essay article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

Grocery delivery? Check. Alcohol delivery? Check. What about dinner? Check. Anything else I haven’t been able to source out to an app, Amazon has been happy to dump haphazardly at my front door. Aside from financing billionaire Jeff Bezos’ penis-shaped exploration of the galaxy, what else have I really done for myself in the last two years of this pandemic?

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The "Freedom Convoy 2022" is making its way through Toronto to Kingston on Thursday, and some streets and highways are absolutely jam-packed.

Canadian truckers against the government's vaccine mandates are making their way to Ottawa to protest on January 29 from across the country, and their journey appears to be causing some serious congestion.

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