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Ontario reports 2,417 new COVID cases today

Ontario reports 2,417 new COVID cases today

The province reported 50 deaths today, 25 were residents of long-term care homes
COVID-19 vaccine rollout: Adverse events being watched but no one has needed hospitalization

COVID-19 vaccine rollout: Adverse events being watched but no one has needed hospitalization

One death of an elderly resident in Windsor is being investigated
<b>COVID-19:</b> Steps to teacher recovery from burnout during the pandemic and beyond

COVID-19: Steps to teacher recovery from burnout during the pandemic and beyond

Seeing the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel matters, but teacher stress related to chronically under-serviced schools goes beyond COVID-19
No winter trail maintenance for Tay residents this year

No winter trail maintenance for Tay residents this year

Council had considered seeking trail winter maintenance for this year only, but turned down staff's options after learning it would mean clearing snow down to the asphalt
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

Celebrate the little things
<b>COVID-19:</b> Blood thinners help moderate COVID cases and may reduce strain on ICUs, trials show

COVID-19: Blood thinners help moderate COVID cases and may reduce strain on ICUs, trials show

Investigators at Toronto's University Health Network say interim results of clinical trials spanning five continents in more than 300 hospitals suggest full-dose blood thinners could significantly avoid severe cases that are now straining hospital ICUs
<b>COLUMN:</b> Messaging around stay-at-home order 'clear as mud'

COLUMN: Messaging around stay-at-home order 'clear as mud'

We are under stay-at-home orders, but as Wendy suggests in this week's 'Everything King', we just don't seem to understand
Pandemic's impact 'negligible' at Lake Simcoe airport, official says

Pandemic's impact 'negligible' at Lake Simcoe airport, official says

Aircraft movements have decreased by around 35%, largely due to temporary closure of the flight school and decline in recreational flying, says airport manager
Midland council lauds age-friendly plan, but wants attention paid to both ends of spectrum

Midland council lauds age-friendly plan, but wants attention paid to both ends of spectrum

As recommendations to make aging in place easier are enacted, there should be work done to focus on the youth aspect of the age-friendly community, says council
UK variant's presence at Roberta Place heightens concerns over community spread

UK variant's presence at Roberta Place heightens concerns over community spread

'What we have here we probably won't be able to contain,' says Dr. Gardner; Death toll at Essa Road facility has now reached 32