Families, residents angry at strict lockdowns in long-term care

 
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Some hospitals are raising the alarm about infants with COVID-19, a pediatrician urges parents to talk about their vaccine concerns with their doctor, and Statistics Canada is set to release December's job report. Here's what you need to know to start your day.

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FIVE THINGS TO KNOW
1
Infant hospitalization

As Ontario hospitals warn of a possible "disturbing" new trend in hospitalizations among infants, doctors are urging parents to be vigilant when monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms in children, and to get vaccinated if pregnant.

2
Vaccinating children

A pediatrician who has researched COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among parents is urging people concerned about getting their children vaccinated to talk to a health-care provider as the Omicron variant pushes cases to all-time highs.

3
Long-term care
The fifth wave is starting to look very much like the first for seniors across Canada living in long-term care homes, where COVID-19 cases are keeping residents isolated in their rooms.
4
Jobs reports
Statistics Canada will release its latest jobs report for December this morning.
5
Climate change
A recent study has found that Indigenous communities are at a higher risk of climate change-induced flooding because of pre-existing socioeconomic hardships including the legacy of colonization and lack of access to resources.
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