Yellowknife–A COVID-19 outbreak in the Northwest Territories has grown to 219 cases.
There are 190 cases in the Sahtu region in the territory's northwest, including 74 cases in Colville Lake and 84 cases in Fort Good Hope.
The Germany-based company, which developed the first widely approved coronavirus shot together with U.S. partner Pfizer, aims to begin clinical trials for a "safe and highly effective malaria vaccine'' by the end of 2022.
For those in the medical sphere who've yet to have the chance to give a COVID-19 vaccine, this video by the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto provides a virtual demonstration on preparing the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
Washington–A month after approving a controversial new Alzheimer's drug, U.S. health regulators on Thursday signed off on new prescribing instructions that are likely to limit its use.
The Food and Drug Administration said the change is intended to address confusion among
Cytomegalovirus is transmitted through contact with body fluids, mainly urine and saliva. To protect themselves, CMV Canada recommends that pregnant women wash their hands frequently, avoid sharing utensils, drinks and food with young children and avoid putting their baby's pacifier in their mouth.
Ottawa–A vaccine study in the United Kingdom reports that getting a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine four weeks after a dose of Oxford-AstraZeneca produced a much stronger immune response than two doses of AstraZeneca.