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Peel Region's medical officer of health, Dr. Lawrence Loh, says that he believes it's likely everyone in the region could catch the Omicron variant this winter.

In a weekly Brampton COVID-19 update, Loh revealed, "it's likely Omicron is spreading very quickly in our communities even beyond the case number being reported."

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Barbie just made a line of six dolls modelled after influential women in healthcare across the globe to celebrate, "modern real-life heroes of the pandemic."

Toronto Dr. Chika Stacy Oriuwa, a psychiatry resident at the University of Toronto and an advocate against systemic racism in healthcare, now has her own one-of-a-kind doll according to a press release.

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It looks like students might need to spend some extra time indoors this holiday season. 

Toronto's medical officer of health, Eileen de Villa, is asking Ontario students to quarantine for a period of time before heading home for the holidays this year. 

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A new study just came out saying that mouthwash kills coronavirus within 30 seconds upon being exposed to it in a laboratory, but one doctor wants to make it clear that this does NOT mean you should take matters into your own hands.

In other words: Do not go out and buy mouthwash. First of all, mouthwash is not something that can be used to treat the virus within the human body — there is absolutely no evidence of this.

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A very real text message from a COVID doctor was tweeted out yesterday by actress June Diane Raphael (of Netflix's "Grace and Frankie") and it went viral pretty fast.

The actress received the text reply after asking her best friend, a pulmonary and critical care doctor, how she was doing.

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