Ont. reports third dose milestone amid 3,453 new COVID cases 1

Ont. reports third dose milestone amid 3,453 new COVID cases

 

Ontario's chief medical officer of health says the province is reviewing the prioritization and access to PCR COVID-19 testing.

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69 comments

    1. Yes, where the hospitals laid off all the essential workers so they can only take in what staff can handle. That makes them full. Funny how that works.

    1. @Nick Papayiannakis Ask and you shall receive. Knock and it shall be opened.
      For those with ears to hear, let them hear.

  1. Antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE), is a phenomenon in which the binding of a virus to suboptimal antibodies enhances the virus’s entry into host cells, followed by its replication. This phenomenon is often observed when antibody concentrations decrease as a result of waning immunity.

    1. @Jason Lusk Its happening duhhhh and OAS…..booster dose data showing negative efficacy with omricon why are we still pushing these clot shots?

  2. Why is none talking about early treatment or natural immunity if this was about stopping hospitalization and deaths?

    1. @Knowledgeandwisdom ding ding ding. These clowns need to look up the Georgian guidestones but they are too busy denying being in denial 🤡

    2. @SoTired OfStupid over 120 peer reviewed papers citing the strength of natural immunity against covid 19 accumulated by the Brownstone Institute. Check it out sweet pea.

  3. Isnt it great that our main variant is the one with the least side effects? Apparently so far all they see is sneezing and a runny nose with it. This is absolutely ridiculous.

    1. To be fair were going to soon have the highest number of daily cases reported but the Ontario government hasn’t actually forced the closure of anything so the governments reaction to this variant isn’t nearly as strong compared to previous waves.

  4. Remember you thought you could have your normal life back if only you got your two shots? Now you’ve all three shots, and you still can’t go back to normal because you were duped.

    1. @Cinthia Finance They won’t the idiots are lining up to be tested and they are not even sick.Perhaps when they are starving their brains will kick in.

  5. lets stop everyones life and stop the economy again over a runny nose.. those with underlying health issues and are concerned for their health- Those are the individuals who should stay at home and isolate. Canada is clearly trying to save a few pennies because of our health care system is not private. Money is more important that Canadians living their life apparently.

    1. Seriously? Ppl with chronic illnesses should just stay home?. Um no, ppl need to go into hospital settings and out patient settings for important and often life saving treatments on a weekly basis. Ppl who are otherwise healthy won’t die if they don’t go on vacation and all the other selfish crap that keep bitching about that they “have ” to do! Lol

  6. If you have to be persuaded, reminded, pressured, lied to, incentivized, coerced, bullied, socially shamed, guilt-tripped, threatened, punished and criminalized … If all of this is considered necessary to gain your compliance — you can be absolutely certain that what is being promoted is not in your best interest

    1. What you said doesn’t make sense. By your wording then everyone should be addicted to heroin for the same reasons you said lol. You morons are really reaching for attention these days.

  7. We’ve gone from 2 weeks to” flatten the curve” to where’s your papers (passport)?
    Mandates are not laws.

  8. Dr Suneel Dhand talks about Japan’s response to the vaccinations and the virus and how science is fueling public policy, not like our response which has been politics influencing science.
    Way to go Japan!

  9. He said that they expect hospitalization and ICU to go up, but he didn’t say anything about if Omicron is more severe, milder or similar compared to the previous variants. Why South Africa is saying that it’s milder, and we are avoiding looking at their data?

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