Feds have no plans to extend vaccine mandate to ki

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The federal government says it has no plans to enforce a vaccine mandate for childrenDr. Brendan Hanley and Deputy Chief, as Health Canada green lights the first COVID-19 vaccine for those aged five to 11 years old.

Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos sayscan operate at 25 per cent., as it stands now, Ottawa won’t apply the same mobility restrictions to children as they have to adults travelling in and out of the country.

“There are no changes to the vaccination or testing rules for children of any age. We areThe murky world of car theft after his Toyota Highlander was stolen in September., as you said, entirely focused now on delivering the doses of Pfizer to the provinces and territories so that we can start administering the Pfizer vaccine as quickly as possible,” said Duclos in an interview with CTV’s Question Period airing SundayThe fight agains.

He stipulated that no one can predict “how the situation will evolve.”

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