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Sask. has 11 new COVID-19 cases, 231 total

Apr 04, 2020
Sask. has 11 new COVID-19 cases, 231 total

REGINA -- Saskatchewan is now up to 231 COVID-19 cases with the addition of 11 more confirmed on Saturday, according to a release from the province. Four people are currently in hospital due to the virus. Three people are in inpatient care in Saskatoon and...

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B.C.'s health officer says decrease in COVID cases 'heartening'

Apr 04, 2020
B.C.'s health officer says decrease in COVID cases 'heartening'

A shopper wears a protective face mask outside a Costco store in Burnaby, B.C. Friday, April 3, 2020. JONATHAN HAYWARD/The Canadian Press British Columbias medical health officer says the province seems to be holding its own against COVID-19, which is why...

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Worker at Smiths Falls retirement homes tests positive for COVID-19

Apr 04, 2020
Worker at Smiths Falls retirement homes tests positive for COVID-19

The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit was working Saturday with two Smiths Falls retirement homes to manage a COVID-19 outbreak. One staff member who works at both the Van Horne and Willow Retirement Residences has tested positive.One case is...

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Ontario husband and wife with COVID-19 die within days of each other

Apr 05, 2020
Ontario husband and wife with COVID-19 die within days of each other

TORONTO -- For the past week, 91-year-old Ted Pollock had been mourning the death of his wife, Jean, who died last weekend after becoming infected with COVID-19. Pollock, a resident of Pinecrest Nursing Home in Bobcaygeon, Ont., where the deadly virus has...

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UBC researchers claim find of COVID-19 trial drug

Apr 05, 2020
UBC researchers claim find of COVID-19 trial drug

University of British Columbia researchers say they have found a trial drug that blocks the cellular door the virus uses to infect people with COVID-19. There is hope for this horrible outbreak, said UBC Life Sciences Institute director Dr. Josef Penninger....

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