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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei, China, and has since spread globally, resulting in the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. Common symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Muscle pain, sputum production, diarrhea, and sore throat are less common.

COVID-19: Alberta doctor pleased with province’s slow move into Step 2

630 CHED Mornings with Chelsea Bird and Shaye Ganam on Tuesday to discuss the government’s decision to ease some restrictions the day before.“I think this was a very reasonable, as you say, incremental change. I think it’s safe.” COVID-19: Low-intensity indoor fitness allowed as Alberta ‘cautiously’ enters Step 2 Gibney said the government was under extreme pressure to show some movement forward in the province’s reopening plan and the distinction between high-intensity and low-intensity exercise was a good one to make.He pointed to an incident in Hawaii where a spin instruction had COVID-19 but wasn’t symptomatic yet.

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630 CHED Mornings with Chelsea Bird and Shaye Ganam on Tuesday to discuss the government’s decision to ease some restrictions the day before.“I think this was a very reasonable, as you say, incremental change. I think it’s safe.” COVID-19: Low-intensity indoor fitness allowed as Alberta ‘cautiously’ enters Step 2 Gibney said the government was under extreme pressure to show some movement forward in the province’s reopening plan and the distinction between high-intensity and low-intensity exercise was a good one to make.He pointed to an incident in Hawaii where a spin instruction had COVID-19 but wasn’t symptomatic yet.
Regina Food Bank reached record-high demand last year, making it one of the busiest food banks in the province.The organization cracked 110,000 points of service, according to CEO John Bailey. That number includes both one-time users and repeat customers.In a typical year, points of service hover around 80,000, he said.“From what we’ve seen, this is the largest demand year we’ve ever had by quite a considerable margin,” Bailey said.He suggests the “dramatic jump” is due to the economic fallout of COVID-19 including the lockdown and layoffs associated with the pandemic.

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