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With COVID-19 deaths climbing and hospitals strained, Russia rolls out restrictions
As an increasingly deadly fourth wave of COVID-19 threatens to overwhelm Russia's hospitals, officials who had been hesitant to implement restrictions in recent months are doing so now in a desperate attempt to try to reduce the record number of people dying every day.
Sentencing starts for 2 Hamilton paramedics guilty in death of 19-year-old Yosif Al-Hasnawi
A two-day sentencing hearing is underway for two paramedics found guilty for failing to provide the necessaries of life to Josif Al-Hasnawi of Hamilton in 2017. The 19-year-old died in hospital after being shot outside a mosque.
Why 'waning immunity' from COVID-19 vaccines isn't as bad as it sounds
With patience and respect, Montreal doctor convinced vaccine-hesitant co-worker to get her shots
FDA says kid-sized Pfizer vaccine doses appear highly effective, safe
Canadians who had allergic reaction to first vaccine dose can safely get second, advisory committee says
Aromatherapy spray recalled in U.S. following rare tropical disease deaths
As It Happens
Rich countries only shared 14% of COVID-19 vaccine doses promised to poorer nations: report
There's a children's COVID-19 vaccine awaiting approval in Canada. What do we know about it?
'It's not your fault': Changing the conversation about obesity
The danger of COVID-19 misinformation is 'mind-boggling,' says Dr. Anthony Fauci
Alberta put its contact-tracing system on life support. Can it be resuscitated?
Whole raw onions recalled in Canada over link to U.S. salmonella outbreak
British government rejects calls for restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise
Doctors, Official Opposition call for gathering limits as Sask. ICUs remain swamped
Cambridge woman outraged after late sister's photos used in Ontario MPP's anti-vaccination posts
What Canadians need to know about how climate change is affecting their health
Pig-to-human transplants come a step closer with kidney experiment
Simple tips could help more aging Canadians to live at home independently
Emotional Sask. chief medical health officer pleads with public amid dire new COVID-19 modelling
COVID-19 vaccine for 5-11 year-olds hasn't been approved yet, but the U.S. already has a rollout plan