OTTAWA – The trajectory of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada will be revealed today, as the Public Health Agency of Canada prepares to present the latest national modeling.
As the country faces a fourth wave that is hitting some provinces and territories harder than others, Chief Public Health Officer Dr Theresa Tam is expected to outline whether enough is being done to slow the spread. Is.
Last month’s modeling warned that without reducing the level of transmission of the virus, Canada’s daily COVID-19 caseload could reach unprecedented highs, prompting federal health officials to roll up their sleeves ahead of the fall season. Continuing to push the unaffiliated, saw more people gathering indoors.
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As of Friday morning, 81.5 percent of those eligible have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and there are currently 41,137 active infections nationwide, according to Granthshala News’ vaccine tracker.