Cononavirus

Trick-or-Treating Could Be Very Different This Halloween Amid Concerns of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Each year on Halloween, children dress up in spooky costumes and travel from house to house asking for treats with the phrase “Trick-or-treat!” before they are greeted by homeowners who hand out sweets...

COVID-19 Neurological Symptoms Emerge in Most Hospitalized Patients, Study Says

Covid-19 neurological symptoms emerge in most hospitalized patients, study says A new study found that most patients hospitalized with COVID-19 had neurological symptoms. The researchers wrote in...

Ontario’s Top Doctor Says “Alarm Bells Are Ringing Louder” as Province Reports Record High 797 New COVID-19 Cases

"Alarm bells are ringing louder and louder" as the number of new COVID-19 cases in Ontario grows increasingly higher, warned Ontario’s top doctor. During a news conference on Thursday afternoon,...

Businesses Will ‘Soon’ Be Able to Transfer Rental Under the New Canada Program

Canada is implementing a new Covid-19 aid to grant rentals to businesses without being responsible for the tenants to request such assistance. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's office is talking to...

The Global Economy Slowed Down from Recovery to Recession Amid Second Waves of the COVID-19 Pandemic

On the first day of October, BNN Bloomberg posted a warning from Wall Street economists that the global economy was slowing down from recovery to recession. Some US $ 20...

Health Canada Approved the First Rapid Antigen COVID-19 Testing Kit

Health Canada today approved another COVID-19 rapid test kit called the Panbio COVID-19 Rapid Test, which is distributed and sold by the US-based Abbott Laboratories, and the federal government has agreed to purchase...

Applications for New Federal Government Recovery Benefits Opens October 5 After CERB Expires

As the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic hits some parts of the country, Canadians continue to struggle with the aftermath of the pandemic and can now begin applying for three new benefits...

Alexa, do I have Covid-19?

Vocalis, a voice analysis company with offices in Israel and the United States, introduced its new invention. The company previously built a smartphone app that could detect chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by listening...

Canada Signs 6th Deal for Potential COVID-19 Vaccine

Canada has now committed more than $1 billion in funding to buy doses of potential COVID-19 vaccines after signing an agreement with AstraZeneca and Oxford University on September 25 to secure another 20...

What to Know About Transitioning from CERB to EI: The New Coronavirus Benefits

As the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) quickly approaches the final deadline, Canadians who still need financial help will soon be transitioning to different benefits as the COVID-19 pandemic continues through the Fall.

Quebec Announces New COVID-19 Restrictions as Three Regions Put on Red Alert

Residents in three Quebec regions will not be allowed to visit friends or family at home for most of October or eat out at their favourite restaurants as the Quebec government struggles to...

Ontario Hospitals Calls for Return to Stage 2 as Province Reports Highest Single-Day Record of 700 New COVID-19 Cases

With less than a week left in September, Ontario has reached a grim milestone as the province reports its highest daily COVID-19 case count since the beginning of the pandemic.

“Ontario is now in Second Wave of COVID-19,” says Premier Doug Ford

Following consultations with health officials in the province, Premier Doug Ford has announced that Ontario is officially in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We know that this wave...

‘This virus may never go away’ -WHO

Reported by: Reuters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYkhDYm3fok Dr. Mike Ryan, the head of the World Health Organization emergencies program, on Wednesday told reporters that the novel coronavirus may...

U.S. commission says Taiwan’s WHO exclusion caused lives to be lost

Reporting by: Reuters TAIPEI (Reuters) - Lives have been lost in the coronavirus pandemic because of the World Health Organization's (WHO) exclusion of Taiwan and refusal to allow it to...

Factbox: Latest on the worldwide spread of the new coronavirus

Reporting by: Reuters More than 3.59 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 250,386 have died, according to a Reuters tally as of...

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