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a day ago 
from CBC
As province reopens, Ontario reports 530 new cases of COVID-19 | CBC News
Ontario reported 530 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, up from 502 new infections on Saturday. The province is reporting an additional seven deaths.
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'It's a little late': US orders healthcare worker protections after thousands die
US labor department officials on Thursday announced a temporary emergency standard to protect healthcare workers, saying they face "grave danger" in the workplace from the coronavirus pandemic.
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COVID: More than half of all eligible Californians are fully vaccinated
More than half of Californians 12 and older, the current minimum age to be eligible for one of the vaccines against COVID-19, are fully inoculated, a significant milestone just days before the state's major lifting of pandemic restrictions on June 15.
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The message from doctors: Get your teen immunized against COVID-19
As new variants of the virus emerge, it's more important than ever to get your COVID shots, experts say.
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Brown extends eviction moratorium, encourages more Oregonians to get vaccinated - Portland Business Journal
Gov. Kate Brown on Friday said she would extend the mortgage foreclosure moratorium enacted during the Covid-19 pandemic to Sept. 30 from the current expiration date of June 30.
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COVID Cases Spike In Sonoma County Among the Young and Unvaccinated
Just days away from the June 15th lifting of most public health mandates, Sonoma County is seeing a disturbing uptick in COVID cases that could be mirrored elsewhere in the state as the summer goes on.
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Doctors urge delay in next lockdown easing in England
LONDON - Britain's main doctors' union has joined calls for the next planned lockdown easing in England to be delayed as figures Friday showed new coronavirus cases across the U.K. running at their highest level since late February.
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Officials raise alarms about another respiratory virus as COVID-19 fades
As COVID-19 fades, officials are warning about a rise of a different respiratory virus - usually a problem in the fall-and-winter cold season - that may be making a comeback as spring fades into summer.
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3d ago 
from CBC
Most of Ontario enters first stage of reopening, loosening COVID-19 restrictions | CBC News
Outdoor dining and shopping at non-essential retail stores can resume in most of Ontario today as the province enters the first stage of its reopening plan.
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