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Jessica Bleasdale heard New Brunswick was removing COVID-19 public safety restrictions across the province, including in schools, she leaped into action for her young son River.River, 12, is in Grade 7 and has both neurodevelopmental and gastrointestinal issues. It is something he and his family know makes him more vulnerable to contracting COVID-19 and the complications that can arise from infection.It made her nervous to send him to school — and nervous about almost all the things a parent would be with an immunocompromised child.So, she filed a complaint with the Human Rights Commission in New Brunswick, against chief medical officer of health Dr.

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Jessica Bleasdale heard New Brunswick was removing COVID-19 public safety restrictions across the province, including in schools, she leaped into action for her young son River.River, 12, is in Grade 7 and has both neurodevelopmental and gastrointestinal issues. It is something he and his family know makes him more vulnerable to contracting COVID-19 and the complications that can arise from infection.It made her nervous to send him to school — and nervous about almost all the things a parent would be with an immunocompromised child.So, she filed a complaint with the Human Rights Commission in New Brunswick, against chief medical officer of health Dr.
COVID-19 vaccines for immunocompromised kids – but with first doses only approved for the five-to-11 age group late last year and a recommended eight weeks between doses, booster rollout is still a while off.In the Maritimes, the rollout of the even first and second doses of pediatric vaccine has been an uneven effort.New Brunswick opened eligibility to the five-to-11 age group on Nov. 23 of last year, doling out 30,000 first doses to kids in the nine weeks since for a 55.3 per cent first dose rate within the cohort.

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