The B.C. government will backstop some salaries for more than 1,400 tourism and hospitality workers being hired to work at mass-vaccination clinics.
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From Windsor Star
No further deaths were reported Sunday by the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit but 30 new confirmed cases were announced.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit reported 53 cases on Monday and 81 over the weekend, as well as the COVID death of a man in his 70s on Saturday.
High-risk health conditions qualify for vaccine rollout
Ontario has released the complete list of 57 pharmacies in Windsor-Essex now offering the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for those ages 60-64.
Small business owners rally for an end to COVID-19 restrictions