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Canada sees COVID-19 contagion heading into Christmas as first vaccinations loom

[ad_1] By Steve Scherer, David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s second wave of the novel coronavirus is worsening as the holidays approach and some areas are imposing stricter restrictions, authorities said on Friday, with the first vaccinations due next week. FILE PHOTO: Paramedics transport a patient to Mount Sinai Hospital …

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Canada sees COVID-19 contagion heading into Christmas as first vaccinations loom

[ad_1] By Steve Scherer, David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada’s second wave of the novel coronavirus is worsening as the holidays approach and some areas are imposing stricter restrictions, authorities said on Friday, with the first vaccinations due next week. FILE PHOTO: Paramedics transport a patient to Mount Sinai Hospital …

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Canada forecasts show rapid coronavirus spread, new restrictions needed

[ad_1] By Steve Scherer, David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) – Longer-range forecasts project the second wave of the coronavirus spreading rapidly through Canada, and all the major provinces need to impose more restrictions, federal health authorities said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Paramedics transport a patient to Mount Sinai Hospital as the …

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Canada forecasts show rapid coronavirus spread, new restrictions needed

[ad_1] By Steve Scherer, David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) – Longer-range forecasts project the second wave of the coronavirus spreading rapidly through Canada, and all the major provinces need to impose more restrictions, federal health authorities said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Paramedics transport a patient to Mount Sinai Hospital as the …

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Coronavirus worsened the reality for Bangladesh garment workers

[ad_1] Bangladeshi worker works at a garment factory in Gazipur outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, on March 6, 2020. Mehedi Hasan| NurPhoto | Getty Images SINGAPORE — The coronavirus outbreak has left the garment sector in Bangladesh reeling — and thousands of factory workers bore the brunt of it as their …

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