CALGARY — Canadian Blood Services is reassuring the public that blood donated by anyone who has had COVID-19 or who has been vaccinated is safe.
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As B.C. health officials grapple with the province's record-breaking third wave of the pandemic, they are urging residents to avoid in-person social interactions as much as possible – even outdoors.
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