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Alberta doctors cautiously optimistic 2 weeks after nearly all COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Last week, the provincial government announced $11 million in grant funding for palliative and end-of-life-care in Alberta. Dr. Konrad Fassbender, the scientific director of the Palliative Institute with Covenant Health, which operates 10 hospice beds at the St. Michael’s Health Centre in Lethbridge, said palliative care is a relatively new advancement in medicine. “For […]

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Alberta doctors cautiously optimistic 2 weeks after nearly all COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Nova Scotia is reporting its 94th death related to COVID-19. According to the province, a man in his 60s in Western Zone has died. The last time Nova Scotia reported a death was more than a month ago on July 22. “It is difficult and upsetting to hear that another Nova Scotian has died […]

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Alberta doctors cautiously optimistic 2 weeks after nearly all COVID-19 restrictions lifted

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Manitoba continued a downward trend Sunday, with 44 cases added. However, the province’s COVID-19 dashboard shows an overall death toll of 1,165, which is up one from Saturday. Of the new cases, 19 are in Winnipeg, nine are in Interlake-Eastern, seven are in Southern Health-Santé Sud, five […]

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Alberta doctors cautiously optimistic 2 weeks after nearly all COVID-19 restrictions lifted

COVID-19 numbers in Manitoba remained relatively low Saturday, with 62 new cases of the virus being reported. According to the province’s COVID-19 dashboard, there are 961 active virus cases, while the death toll remains unchanged from Friday at 1,164. Of the new cases, 33 are in Winnipeg, 13 are in Interlake-Eastern, 12 are in […]

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A ‘discouraged daughter’ and the vital surgery her N.S. mother is still waiting for - Halifax

Manitoba added 63 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, while the overall death toll increased by one, according to the province’s COVID-19 dashboard. The online tool shows 1,161 deaths, which is up one from Saturday. Of the new cases, 36 were in Winnipeg, 15 were in the Interlake-Eastern region, nine were in Southern Health-Santé Sud, […]

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A ‘discouraged daughter’ and the vital surgery her N.S. mother is still waiting for - Halifax

Manitoba reported 87 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, while the test positivity rate held steady from the day before, according to the province’s COVID-19 dashboard. The dashboard also shows an overall death toll of 1,160, which is the same as Friday. Health officials are no longer releasing bulletins on weekends, so some specific data […]

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A ‘discouraged daughter’ and the vital surgery her N.S. mother is still waiting for - Halifax

New Brunswick is reporting the province’s 46th death connected to COVID-19. The person was in their 90s and in Zone 3 (Fredericton region). Sunday’s new COVID-19 case was also reported in Zone 3 — involving someone aged 19 and under, and is related to travel. There are now 21 active cases and four people […]

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A ‘discouraged daughter’ and the vital surgery her N.S. mother is still waiting for - Halifax

Nova Scotia is reporting eight new cases of COVID-19, 22 recoveries and a death. The woman who died was in her 80s, and in Central Zone. Her death is the province’s 90th death related to COVID-19. All of the new cases are in Central Zone. Three of them are close contacts of previously-reported cases, […]

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A ‘discouraged daughter’ and the vital surgery her N.S. mother is still waiting for - Halifax

Nova Scotia is reporting one death, 20 new COVID-19 cases and 80 recoveries. The person who died was a woman in her 80s in the Central Zone. Read more: N.S. to reopen some schools, increase outdoor gathering limits on June 2 In a news release, Premier Iain Rankin continued to urge Nova Scotians to […]

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