Philippines

Front-liners’ sacrifices sustain battle vs. Covid-19

By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora   HERO WORSHIP. President Rodrigo Duterte (right) attends an Independence Day celebration in Malolos City, Bulacan on Saturday (June 12, 2021). He said all Filipinos, especially front-liners, battling the Covid-19 pandemic are heroes. (Photo courtesy of Sen. Bong Go) MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday honored as “modern heroes” the … Continue reading

9,000 health-care workers can now get COVID-19 vaccine
Alberta

9,000 health-care workers can now get COVID-19 vaccine

Statement: 9,000 health-care workers can now get COVID-19 vaccine Minister of Health Tyler Shandro issued the following statement on first doses of COVID-19 vaccine in Alberta: “Last month, due to the federal government’s vaccine supply shortage, we were forced to postpone first doses for more than 9,000 eligible health-care workers. “Health-care workers were left waiting … Continue reading

Ontario Continues Unprecedented COVID-19 Response During Upcoming Legislative Sitting;Protecting the health and safety of families, frontline workers and employers remains government’s top priority
covid 19 / Ontario News

Ontario Continues Unprecedented COVID-19 Response During Upcoming Legislative Sitting;Protecting the health and safety of families, frontline workers and employers remains government’s top priority

News Release Ontario Continues Unprecedented COVID-19 Response During Upcoming Legislative Sitting Protecting the health and safety of families, frontline workers and employers remains government’s top priority TORONTO – During the next sitting of the legislature the Ontario government plans to continue its unprecedented response to COVID-19 while laying the foundation for a strong economic recovery. … Continue reading

Ontario Expands Emergency Child Care to More Frontline Workers; Government offers benefit at no cost in regions where students continue to learn remotely
Ontario News

Ontario Expands Emergency Child Care to More Frontline Workers; Government offers benefit at no cost in regions where students continue to learn remotely

Statement Ontario Expands Emergency Child Care to More Frontline Workers Government offers benefit at no cost in regions where students continue to learn remotely TORONTO – Today, Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education, issued the following statement regarding the provision of emergency child care services:“Beginning this Tuesday, emergency child care will be extended to additional frontline workers … Continue reading