TORONTO – Federal government expected to announce approval of COVID-19 vaccine for children, BC RCMP says 4 people missing in landslide and World Food Program lays out plan for Elon Musk. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
1. Vaccines for children: The federal government will announce on Friday that Health Canada has approved a COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, then blueprints later to ease some of the associated measures. to the pandemic at the border.
2. The BC flood: The RCMP said it has received reports of four people missing since a landslide on a highway Monday in British Columbia.
3. Wasted dosage: An informal survey found that at least a million doses of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine were wasted.
4. Late diagnoses: Several Canadians contacted by CTVNews.ca said their diagnoses of cancer, autoimmune disorders and terminal illnesses could have been detected earlier if the COVID-19 pandemic had not delayed screening and screening. their annual check.
5. Mask: The Public Health Agency of Canada is now recommending that people at higher risk of exposure and more severe illness from COVID-19 wear a surgical mask.
One more thing…
‘Here is it!’: The director of the United Nations World Food Program has launched a $6.6 billion plan to fight world hunger, responding to Tesla CEO Elon Musk announcing that he will sell shares to fund the a plan if any.