COVID-19 variants may have spread to two remote First Nations in Manitoba

 
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Canada has administered more than 975,000 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and more than 295,700 second doses. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
 
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  Coronavirus variant
Fears of the new COVID-19 variants are increasing after possible cases emerged in an unlikely place: two remote First Nations communities in Manitoba.
 
2
  Phase 2
Vaccine rollouts across Canada had a rocky start, but with more doses expected to arrive soon, here's where each province and territory stands on who gets shots next.
 
3
  Clinical trials
Although there are only two vaccines currently approved for use by Health Canada, researchers are hard at work developing other candidates including two potential COVID-19 vaccines in clinical trials in Halifax.
 
4
  At-risk population
Advocates are urging public health workers to have concrete plans to ensure people without homes get priority access to the vaccine, given how likely they are to contract COVID-19 and become severely ill.
 
5
  Gun buy-back
The Liberal government is expected to announce an ambitious program this week, to buy back legally owned firearms that were deemed assault rifles last year.
 
 
 
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