Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer to unveil fall COVID-19 plan

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Following an increase in infections in the province, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Kieran Moore, is due to release a ‘COVID-19 Fall Preparedness Plan’ this week.

Deputy Premier and Minister of Health Sylvia Jones told reporters on Wednesday that Moore would disclose the plan later this week and provide “specific updates” on “available and appropriate” actions.

Although COVID-19 indicators have plummeted to record low levels in both Ontario and Canada so far this year, health officials are warning that infections and hospitalizations have been on the rise in recent months.

On Tuesday, Health Canada approved the use of Moderna’s latest vaccine, which is supposed to target the latest Omicron subvariant, XBB.1.5, and its predecessors, for all Canadians over the age of six months.


4 thoughts on “Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer to unveil fall COVID-19 plan

  1. We have all been lied to by these Globlaists .I’m am not complying to any illegal medical mandates.Im not social distancing ,I’m not wearing a mask .I am not taking any vaccine .Vaccinees don’t work.it is illegal to force people to take anything by with holding services .
    We are a free society and I am not givinng up my Rights and Freedoms .

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