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Ontario reports 3,215 new COVID cases Wednesday

Ontario reports 3,215 new COVID cases Wednesday

Today's report includes 2,407 recoveries, 17 deaths, and 97 new hospitalizations
Algoma not among regions moving to Phase 2 of vaccination rollout

Algoma not among regions moving to Phase 2 of vaccination rollout

Changes to vaccine rollout announced today do not yet apply to APH
<b>COVID-19:</b> Evidence suggests younger people at highest risk of poor mental health outcomes from pandemic

COVID-19: Evidence suggests younger people at highest risk of poor mental health outcomes from pandemic

Coronavirus may not be targeting young people, but the mental health pandemic is, expert says
Blind River mayor urges caution as variants of COVID-19 appear in Algoma

Blind River mayor urges caution as variants of COVID-19 appear in Algoma

Mayor also addresses town's beautification efforts in virtual council address
Former mayors propose degree-granting status for Northern Ontario's only med school

Former mayors propose degree-granting status for Northern Ontario's only med school

Ex-mayors say Northern Ontario's medical school needs more autonomy because of Laurentian University's financial problems
Blind River Council remuneration tops $100,000

Blind River Council remuneration tops $100,000

Mayor Sally Hagman topped the payments at $26,695
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Province expected to announce four-week stay-at-home order

ONTARIO: Province expected to announce four-week stay-at-home order

Move would close all non-essential businesses to in-person shopping, restrict non-essential sections of big box stores.
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Good morning, Elliot Lake!

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<b>COVID-19:</b> Survey shows seniors happier with vaccine rollout in Quebec than in Ontario

COVID-19: Survey shows seniors happier with vaccine rollout in Quebec than in Ontario

Across Canada, 49 per cent of respondents said they were at least somewhat satisfied
Public Health Sudbury reports 27 new cases of COVID-19

Public Health Sudbury reports 27 new cases of COVID-19

Public health said there are 265 active COVID-19 cases being monitored today