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The ‘infodemic’ is not helping people truly understand COVID and vaccines, panel says

The ‘infodemic’ is not helping people truly understand COVID and vaccines, panel says

Science communicators discuss the issue of misinformation on social media
Study: Runny nose, coughs in kids not a good measure of COVID-19 infection

Study: Runny nose, coughs in kids not a good measure of COVID-19 infection

Loss of smell and taste, nausea and vomiting, headache and fever are most commonly associated with a positive test
<updated>Update: </updated>COVID-19 outbreak at Amberwood rises to 35 confirmed cases

Update: COVID-19 outbreak at Amberwood rises to 35 confirmed cases

Local retirement home says every step is being taken to stop the spread
HSN confirms its first case involving hospital staff

HSN confirms its first case involving hospital staff

Health Sciences North says transmission was limited to one person
New COVID-19 testing rule makes it harder for all travellers coming to Canada

New COVID-19 testing rule makes it harder for all travellers coming to Canada

Canadians may travel abroad, but they face tough rules when they come home
Questioned Friday, Ford still had no firm details on Northern Ont. vaccine rollout

Questioned Friday, Ford still had no firm details on Northern Ont. vaccine rollout

Premier tells Sudbury.com that Ontario waiting to get more vaccines
Ontario minister responds to NDP criticism about long-term care commission

Ontario minister responds to NDP criticism about long-term care commission

Fullerton said the government wants answers in a timely manner
Public Health Sudbury says it’s planning for vaccine distribution

Public Health Sudbury says it’s planning for vaccine distribution

No information available yet on when local vaccine program begins
Queen's Park steps up vaccine program, but still no word on plans for the North

Queen's Park steps up vaccine program, but still no word on plans for the North

Northeastern Ontario hospitals and health units could be advised by the end of the month
Newsmakers of the Year: Sudbury’s frontline health-care workers

Newsmakers of the Year: Sudbury’s frontline health-care workers

We applaud all those who were out in front so the rest of us could stay safe