Coronavirus

Coronavirus: 2 travel-related cases reported by Middlesex-London Health Unit – London

Two new cases of the novel coronavirus were reported by officials with the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) on Monday, bringing the total case count in the region to 730. Three new recoveries were reported, bringing the recovery count to 655. There have been 57 deaths. The latest death was reported on June 12. There are …

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Walk for Muscular Dystrophy goes virtual to fight neuromuscular disorders: ‘It affects everything’

Muscular Dystrophy Canada is on a mission to help people with neuromuscular disorders live life on their own terms. To help raise funds to continue this mission, the organization had to do what many other non-profits across Canada had to amid the COVID-19 pandemic: go virtual. Read more: Jesse Davidson passed away 10 years ago, …

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Top Oilers prospect Philip Broberg will stay for playoffs – Edmonton

By now, Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland should’ve shaken his hand and seen him off on a flight back home to Sweden. Instead, Philip Broberg has turned a week of training camp into a spot on the team’s playoff roster. “The plan really was, he was going to come over here for Phase 3 …

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Apple Closes Many Retail Stores Back Down

Tech giant Apple has reclosed 11 of its stores in Southern California, Maryland, Ohio, and Tennessee due to local increases in Wuhan coronavirus infections. This makes a total of 91 American stores that have been closed back down after opening. 9to5Mac reports that tech giant Apple has chosen to close 11 of its retail stores in the …

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COVID-19: B.C. health officials reopening care homes to visitations

Article content continued Of the 174 deaths attributed to COVID-19 in B.C., 122 have been residents of long-term care or acute care facilities. There are currently 32,000 residents in long-term care. The easing of visitation restrictions does not apply to acute care units in hospitals. While care home visitors must don personal protective equipment and …

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The New Dynamic Cyber Threat Environment

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Manitoba lifesaving society warns of potential increase in drownings amid pandemic – Winnipeg

A warning is being given to boaters and swimmers across the province by the Lifesaving Society of Manitoba. “With COVID-19, there’s been a huge change to what everybody is doing here in the province and across the country and that’s going to change trends for how people use water this year,” said Dr. Christopher Love, …

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Boris Johnson could end two-metre rule this week and reopen pubs from July 4 as deaths hit 42,532 – The Sun

BORIS Johnson is set to relax the two-metre distancing rule from July 4 as he prepares an end to the lockdown in England with a raft of announcements to come over the next fortnight. Pubs, restaurants and hotels are set to reopen their doors in just two weeks as plans for the hospitality industry are …

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COVID Lessons Learned From Tackling Extremist Ideologies

Farah Pandith, Former Special Representative to Muslim Communities, US Department of State Jacob Ware, Research Associate for Counterterrorism, Council on Foreign Relations Jacob Ware is a research associate for counterterrorism at the Council on Foreign Relations. He holds master’s degrees from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and the University of St. Andrews. As …

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