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Thursday, August 6, 2020

COVID-19 Updates

A vaccine for Covid-19 on the horizon, promise Pfizer and BioNTech

Kirkland, Quebec—Known as the BNT162 mRNA- Based Vaccine, it should be supplied as early as 2021 state the two companies. Of course it is subject to Health Canada’s approval at the moment, but the announcement is good...

Lysol® and Kinsa’s FLUency™ joining forces to aid in the reopening of schools

San Francisco – For years Kinsa™  has been dedicated to stopping the spread of any contagious illness, and now they have decided to work in tandem with Lysol® to nip Covid-19 in the bud so to speak,...

Mobile App Now Available To Alert Canadians Of COVID-19 Exposure

CANADA - If the Covid-19 pandemic didn’t already remind one and all of some Hollywood film where absolutely anything was possible, the news of an app that can actually alert you when you’ve been exposed to the...

Masks On Public Transit In Montréal?

I wrote a piece last week on the STM, trying to find out how the obligatory wearing of masks and face-coverings was going across the city on public transit, and of course in Park Extension. See original...

How Covid-19 Has Affected These 3 Park Ex Businesses

Some have been affected more than others – join us as we take a look at three long-standing businesses in the community. It is through the trying times that come our way that the...

Masks Now Mandatory—Who’s Following The Rules and Who’s Not?

A deep look at who’s wearing their masks and who isn’t – You’ll be surprised at who’s following the rules and who isn’t This past Saturday, July 18th marked the first day in which...

VSP borough confirms 20 new COVID-19 cases in the last week

COVID-19 Update for Friday, July 17 Avleen K Mokha COVID-19 refers to the disease caused by a new kind of coronavirus. Coronavirus is a family of viruses that can affect...

Montreal to set up mobile clinics for COVID-19 testing

Avleen K Mokha The health and social services for West-Central Montreal opening new COVID-19 walk-in testing clinics. However, one of the goals is to test young people ages 15...

Wearing masks will be mandatory in malls, pharmacies, and other indoor public spaces

Avleen K Mokha The province has announced that everyone 12 or older will need to wear masks in indoor public spaces, including most businesses, across Quebec, as of Saturday July 18.

Quebec reports 91 new cases in last day, Montreal urges bar customers to get tested

COVID-19 Update for Saturday, July 11 Avleen K Mokha COVID-19 refers to the disease caused by a new kind of coronavirus. Coronavirus is a family of viruses that can affect...