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All about returning Covid patients

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Ottawa – A recent research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal studied 46,412 adults hospitalized for Covid-19 in Alberta and Ontario. About 18 per cent – 8,496 patients – died in hospital between January 2020 and October 2021. Among those sent home, about nine per cent returned to hospital within 30 days of leaving, while two per cent died.

Mental confusion can be early symptom of Covid

Mental illnesses linked to Covid-19

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California – A new study shows people with a history of certain mental illnesses may be at a higher risk of Covid-19 infections after being vaccinated. The study, done by University of California San Francisco, looked at data from 263,697 fully vaccinated patients. They accessed health care from the US Departments of Veterans Affairs between February 2020 and November 2021. …

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Toronto calls for equitable distribution of Covid-19 vaccines

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Toronto – Toronto’s Medical Officer Health Dr. Eileen de Villa joins other public health leaders in a joint call on G20 nations to take immediate action on global COVID-19 vaccine equity. Dr. de Villa signed a joint letter with public health leaders from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and Uruguay urging some of the world’s …


All Covid-19 health restrictions lifted in Quebec except masks

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Quebec – In Quebec, with the exception of mask mandates, all other rules have been ended. Restaurants, bars, casinos and other large entertainment venues are now open without capacity limits. As a result, Bell Centre was allowed to have a full house for the Montreal Canadiens hockey game on Saturday evening.


Study: Omicron shows shows people can live with endemic

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London – The emergence of the highly transmissible Omicron variant could be “first ray of light” that in the future there may be a less severe coronavirus variant that is similar to the common cold, according to a UK scientist, Dr Mike Tildesley, a member of the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling (Spi-M) and a University of Warwick professor. …