More vaccination for long-term care home staff

More vaccination for long-term care home staff

CANADA : For long-term care home staff in Ontario, it is determined to pay more for the vaccine.

While 97 percent of long-term care residents in Ontario are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, only 66 percent of employees say about 89 percent of long-term care workers have been vaccinated, according to the province.

But it also provides limited protection against a variant that is now on the rise in Ontario.

Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated during this time in Ontario. And were found in sewage in Ottawa, said epidemiologist Dr. Douglas Manuel.

This week, Dr. Lawrence Low, a health medical officer from the severely affected city of Peel in Ontario, predicted that the delta variant would dominate his region within a month.

According to Ottawa Public Health, the province allows staff to work in long-term care homes to provide ongoing care and services to residents during an outbreak.

The Corona virus (Covid-19) outbreak in Canada has killed 2,167 people and killed 32 in the last 24 hours.

A total of 13 hundred 87 thousand 445 people have been affected so far in Canada, the 23rd country in the world to be most affected by the Covid-19 epidemic. In addition, 25 thousand 644 people lost their lives.

So far 27,790 people infected with the virus are being treated at hospitals there. Of these, 981 are in critical condition.

So far 13 hundred 34 thousand 011 people have fully recovered from the virus and returned home.

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