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N.B. reports 5 new cases of COVID-19, potential exposure on Air Canada flight to Moncton

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‘A gargantuan task:’ New Brunswick’s chief medical officer of health on a year of fighting COVID-19 Meanwhile, New Brunswickers aged 85 and older are reminded they can now contact a pharmacist to set up an appointment to receive the first dose of their COVID-19 vaccine.“Appointments are being scheduled at nearly every pharmacy in the province, with the first vaccinations starting Wednesday, March 17,” the province notes.Appointments are necessary and can be booked by the individual, family member, or caregiver.As well, the province is identifying two possible exposures on Air Canada flights.

Public Health says there is a positive case in a traveller who may have been infectious on March 10 while on the following flights:.

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