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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Local News

New names, same vaccines

New names, same vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines will bear different names after full approval by Health Canada.
Children's Aid Society looks for more alternative care providers (2 Photos)

Children's Aid Society looks for more alternative care providers (2 Photos)

The Thunder Bay district children's aid society is launching a new campaign
Vaccine policy will cover all city staff, councillors

Vaccine policy will cover all city staff, councillors

City of Thunder Bay employees required to prove vaccination or undergo education session, regular testing.
UPDATED: COVID-19 case count falls in the Thunder Bay district

UPDATED: COVID-19 case count falls in the Thunder Bay district

There are currently 15 active cases in the city and district.
Group protests vaccine policies

Group protests vaccine policies

Small group protests policies requiring vaccination for employment or to access businesses.
COVID-19 outbreak declared in the Emo area

COVID-19 outbreak declared in the Emo area

'Many households and age groups' are affected, Northwestern Health Unit says.
COVID-19 case associated with Westgate High School

COVID-19 case associated with Westgate High School

Contacts of the individual will be informed directly.
Five new COVID-19 cases in the Thunder Bay district

Five new COVID-19 cases in the Thunder Bay district

Three of the cases are the result of travel outside Northwestern Ontario.
City’s proposed vaccine policy won’t require vaccination

City’s proposed vaccine policy won’t require vaccination

Policy will allow city workers who choose not to be vaccinated to instead undergo education session, regular testing.
Hockey community raises concerns over arena limits

Hockey community raises concerns over arena limits

City of Thunder Bay to reconsider spectator limits for arenas after outcry from hockey community.