Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAY.com
SIMCOE-MUSKOKA — A Gravenhurst chiropractor is closed today for cleaning after a link to COVID-19.
Taylor Chiropractic informed patients with appointments Thursday Dec. 3 that bookings will have to rescheduled.
They said they had been informed that someone who had been at the clinic had been affected.
It is not among today’s Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit statistics, which reports 42 new cases — all in Simcoe.
Ontario saw an overall jump to 1,824 with 14 deaths.
Among them were 592 in Peel, 396 in Toronto and 187 in York.
Quebec says 1,470 people tested positive and 30 died of the coronavirus since yesterday.
Manioba reports 368 and 12 deaths.
- Vaccines for Canadians won’t be enough to meet initial demand, says Dr. Theresa Tam, the country’s chief medical officer of health. She said Wednesday that first six million doses will have to be distributed on a selected basis. Ottawa hopes to finalize health approval for Pfizer and Moderna to supply the vaccine by the end of December. Vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson, also under study, could eventually help add to the supply demand.
- The federal government expects to have everyone vaccinated by the end of 2021.
- The U.K. is beginning its vaccinations and reports say the U.S. could complete its vaccinations in six months.
- Quebec premier back-tracking on allowing gatherings over Christmas, as cases grow.
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