The CDC confirmed fully vaccinated Canadians with mixed doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be allowed to enter the U.S. when the land border reopens to travellers next month.
Ontarians who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 can start downloading new QR codes this week, which officials say will allow for faster entry into settings that require proof of vaccination. Residents whose birthdays fall between January and April were able to download the scannable enhanced vaccination certificate Friday through the province’s COVID-19 website, with further […]
Depending on your date of birth, residents who are fully vaccinated can download the QR code over the next three days.
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The United States has announced plans to reopen land border crossings with Canada to fully vaccinated travellers next month.
The Grey Bruce Health Unit is marking a milestone in COVID-19 vaccination rates.
The Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health is hosting a second training session for volunteers for their ongoing vaccine hesitancy project.
Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) reported that as of October 4, almost 78% of residents aged 12 and older have had both doses.
Huron County’s vaccination policy for employees was announced at Wednesday’s council meeting.
The hospital reported that effective January 1, 2022, all employees and physicians, except those with a well-documented and approved medical exemption, are required to be fully vaccinated (post 14 days of 2nd dose).
The federal government is making COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for all federal employees.
It’s not official yet, but the London Health Sciences Centre is expected to approve a vaccination policy for all hospital visitors soon.
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