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COVID-19: N.B. reports 87 new cases as bookings for children’s vaccine flood in

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COVID-19 on Wednesday and announced that more than 6,200 vaccine appointments have been made for children aged five to 11 since bookings opened up for that age group the day before.The province will begin vaccinating children of that age group on Friday.

The vaccine will first be offered through regional health authority clinics, but they will be made available through participating pharmacies and some physicians soon.“It is wonderful to see so many appointments booked for the clinics, which are starting across the province on Friday,” said Dr.

Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health, in a release. “This is an important step forward in reducing the spread of the virus and protecting all New Brunswickers.” ‘A long time coming’:.

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