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  • Vaccinations underway
    Chronicle-Journal, 8 Jan 2021, A1     Sioux Lookout ; William A. George long-term care home ; Residents receive COVID-19 vaccine ; Eunice Fiddler ; Andrea McWatters ; Margaret Beardy ; Tom Chapman ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 8 Jan 2021, A1   Sioux Lookout ; William A. George long-term care home ; Residents receive ...
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  • Paramedics in on vaccinations
    Chronicle-Journal, 7 Jan 2021, A1     Superior North EMS ; Paramedics receiving vaccine ; Heading to Northern communities ; James Frizado ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 7 Jan 2021, A1   Superior North EMS ; Paramedics receiving vaccine ; Heading to Northern communities ...
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  • Earning the trust of the First Nations people top priority
    Chronicle-Journal, 22 Jan 2021, A2     Operation Remote Immunity ; COVID-19 vaccinations ; Remote First Nations communities ; Alvin Fiddler ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 22 Jan 2021, A2   Operation Remote Immunity ; COVID-19 vaccinations ; Remote First Nations communities ; ...
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  • Hundreds could be vaccinated each day : Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre has more than dozen virus patients
    Chronicle-Journal, 19 Feb 2021, A1, A3     New COVID-19 vaccination clinic ; Lakehead University Campus ; Hope to vaccinate 500-600 daily ; 13 COVID-positive patients in hospital ; 4 in intensive care ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 19 Feb 2021, A1, A3   New COVID-19 vaccination clinic ; Lakehead University Campus ; Hope to vaccinate ...
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  • Most of community accepts vaccine
    Chronicle-Journal, 6 Feb 2021, A2     Muskrat Dam First Nation ; 85 percent of adults vaccinated ; Darrin Spence ; Connor Howie ; Roy Fiddler ; Gordon Beardy ; Doug Beardy ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 6 Feb 2021, A2   Muskrat Dam First Nation ; 85 percent of adults vaccinated ; Darrin ...
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  • Virus breaks out at school : infections occurred in school setting
    Chronicle-Journal, 12 Feb 2021, A1, A3     McKellar Park Central Public School ; COVID-19 outbreak declared ; Students now learning from home ; Long-term care homes ; 95 percent of residents vaccinated
    Chronicle-Journal, 12 Feb 2021, A1, A3   McKellar Park Central Public School ; COVID-19 outbreak declared ; Students now ...
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  • Vaccines prepared to cover region
    Chronicle-Journal, 16 Jan 2021, A1     COVID-19 vaccine ; Being distributed to long-term care homes ; Trevor Schurr ; Andrea Winters ; Nicole Prevett ; Nicholas Brynaert ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 16 Jan 2021, A1   COVID-19 vaccine ; Being distributed to long-term care homes ; Trevor Schurr ...
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  • Death toll rises again
    Chronicle-Journal, 26 Feb 2021, A1, A3     COVID-19 death ; Total now 29 ; COVID-19 unit full ; Vaccinations increasing
    Chronicle-Journal, 26 Feb 2021, A1, A3   COVID-19 death ; Total now 29 ; COVID-19 unit full ; Vaccinations ...
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  • Vaccine injections keep coming / More vaccination clinics planned
    Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 2021, A1, A2     COVID-19 vaccination centre ; Lakehead University campus ; More clinics planned ; Paramedics receive first doses ; Nolan Raynak ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 27 Feb 2021, A1, A2   COVID-19 vaccination centre ; Lakehead University campus ; More clinics planned ; ...
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  • Vaccine clinics fill fast for ages 85-plus
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Mar 2021, A1, A3     COVID-19 vaccination clinic ; CLE Coliseum ; Aged 85 and older ; Fully booked ; Cases continue to rise ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Mar 2021, A1, A3   COVID-19 vaccination clinic ; CLE Coliseum ; Aged 85 and older ; ...
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  • Rangers performed 'most important job' in vaccine rollout
    Chronicle-Journal, 11 Feb 2021, A5     COVID-19 vaccinations ; Remote First Nations communities ; Canadain Rangers ; Assisting with process ; Cpl. Dennis Sutherland ; Master Cpl. Mary Miles ; George Kakekaspan ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 11 Feb 2021, A5   COVID-19 vaccinations ; Remote First Nations communities ; Canadain Rangers ; Assisting ...
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  • Rangers offer logistics in vaccine effort
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Feb 2021, A2     Canadian Rangers ; Assist with vaccine delivery ; Remote First Nations ; Sgt. Matthew Gull ; Master Cpl. Pamela Chookomoolin ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Feb 2021, A2   Canadian Rangers ; Assist with vaccine delivery ; Remote First Nations ; ...
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  • MPP sets example with vaccine
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Feb 2021, A3     NDP MPP Sol Mamakwa ; Gets COVID-19 vaccine ; Encourages First Nation community members to get vaccinated ; Photo
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Feb 2021, A3   NDP MPP Sol Mamakwa ; Gets COVID-19 vaccine ; Encourages First Nation ...
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  • Clinic begins for Matawa members
    Chronicle-Journal, 4 Mar 2021, A3     COVID-19 ; Vaccination clinic ; Matawa Health Co-Operative ; Matawa First Nation members ; Justin Chapdelaine ; Patricia Magiskan ; Roma Fisher ; Photos
    Chronicle-Journal, 4 Mar 2021, A3   COVID-19 ; Vaccination clinic ; Matawa Health Co-Operative ; Matawa First Nation ...
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  • Their turn for vaccine / Seniors feel 'privileged' for vaccine
    Chronicle-Journal, 4 Mar 2021, A1, A3     COVID-19 vaccination clinic ; Seniors ; Aged 85 and older ; Peter, Ulla and Yrgo Aalto ; Photos
    Chronicle-Journal, 4 Mar 2021, A1, A3   COVID-19 vaccination clinic ; Seniors ; Aged 85 and older ; Peter, ...
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  • 2nd shot's a charm for remote community / Glad to have their second vaccine jab
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Mar 2021, A1, A2     Canadian Rangers ; Assisting with COVID-19 vaccinations ; Northern First Nations communities ; Sgt. Matthew Gull ; Elizabeth Koostachin ; Chief Abraham Hunter ; Ranger Linda Hunter ; Photos
    Chronicle-Journal, 2 Mar 2021, A1, A2   Canadian Rangers ; Assisting with COVID-19 vaccinations ; Northern First Nations communities ...
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  • January 21: Kawartha health unit 'ready to go' when region receives COVID-19 vaccine
    Abrahamse, Hannah, kawarthaNOW.com ( Jeannine Taylor, 1996), 21 Jan 2021     The Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District (HKPR) Health Unit completed a COVID-19 vaccine program and planned to submit it to Ontario’s health ministry later this week (January 18 - 22, 2021). According to Dr. Gemmill, the program was based on the health unit’s past immunization plan. However, they spent the ...
    Abrahamse, Hannah, kawarthaNOW.com ( Jeannine Taylor, 1996), 21 Jan 2021   The Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District (HKPR) Health Unit completed a COVID-19 ...
    Kawartha Lakes Public Library
  • December 17: Don't buy COVID-19 vaccines online, Health Canada warns
    DeLaire, Megan, Kawartha Lakes This Week (Kawartha Lakes, ON: Kawartha Media Group, 2004), 17 Dec 2020     Just days after the first Ontarians were vaccinated against COVID-19 in Toronto and Ottawa, Health Canada issued a warning to Canadians on December 16, 2020 not to buy counterfeit coronavirus vaccines online.
    DeLaire, Megan, Kawartha Lakes This Week (Kawartha Lakes, ON: Kawartha Media Group, 2004), 17 Dec 2020   Just days after the first Ontarians were vaccinated against COVID-19 in Toronto ...
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  • December 18: Can businesses deny customers who don't get the COVID-19 vaccine?
    Appia, Veronica, Kawartha Lakes This Week (Kawartha Lakes, ON: Kawartha Media Group, 2004), 18 Dec 2020     Depending on a number of factors, Ontario legal experts said that yes, businesses could deny service to customers not vaccinated for COVID-19. Employers could deny service in the name of health and safety. However it becomes tricky for making employees have to take the vaccine as there are medical and ...
    Appia, Veronica, Kawartha Lakes This Week (Kawartha Lakes, ON: Kawartha Media Group, 2004), 18 Dec 2020   Depending on a number of factors, Ontario legal experts said that yes, ...
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  • January 29: Vaccination clinics planned for long-term care homes rescheduled after delay in vaccine delivery
    VanMeer, Pamela, Kawartha411.ca (20150713), 29 Jan 2021     The local Health Unit rescheduled upcoming vaccination clinics planned for area long term care homes after learning of a delay in the next vaccine delivery. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit (HKPR) received its first shipment of the Moderna vaccine on Monday January 25, 2021. It was expecting ...
    VanMeer, Pamela, Kawartha411.ca (20150713), 29 Jan 2021   The local Health Unit rescheduled upcoming vaccination clinics planned for area long ...
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