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The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has issued an update following the WHO's declaration that "the multi-country outbreak of monkeypox constitutes a Public Health Emergency of International Concern."

According to a statement from the government agency on Saturday, July 23, there are currently 681 confirmed cases of monkeypox in Canada across five provinces.

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Those hoping Canada's travel restrictions would end in time for their summer vacation are likely to be disappointed, as the federal government has announced yet another extension of COVID-19 measures at the border.

On Wednesday, June 29, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) confirmed that travel restrictions in Canada will remain in place until September 30 at the earliest.

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Health Canada has recently issued a variety of recalls on a bunch of grocery products, so it might be a good idea to check the items in your home and see if any are on this list.

For some of the products, the government advises you shouldn't use, sell, serve or distribute the affected items, and in the case where an undeclared allergen is at play, to avoid the item if you have sensitivities to it.

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A public health notice has been issued regarding an outbreak of hepatitis A infections in Canada that officials say are likely due to the consumption of strawberries.

On Friday, May 27, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced they were collaborating with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Health Canada to investigate the infections in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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If you recently picked up workout supplements or sexual enhancement products, you'll definitely want to double-check to make sure all of your items are safe.

On Wednesday, May 25, Health Canada issued advisories for a slew of products that they say were sold in Bolton, Ontario, and Maple Ridge, B.C.. They warn that the products can pose serious health risks.

These are the items included in the advisory:

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