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Ontario's new COVID Vaccination Plan Schedule
Friday, June 25, 2021 at 4:37 pm


Your resource for cutting through fear and misinformation. Check your email for trusted reporting and analysis to help differentiate between fact and fiction.

Follow the latest updates and read full coverage
The outbreak by the numbers (as of 3:00 p.m. EDT Friday, June 25, 2021):
Canada: 1,411,996 cases | 9,198 active | 26,194 deceased
Globally: 180,130,171 cases | 3,902,917 deceased
Vaccine shipment forecasts (as of 3:00 p.m. EDT Friday, June 25, 2021)
Next Pfizer-BioNTech allocation: 2,414,880 doses between June 28-July 4
Next Moderna allocation: 3,889,900 doses between June 28-July 4
Next AstraZeneca allocation: 795,000 doses between June 28-July 4
Canada to get 5.2M vaccine doses this week, Pfizer shipment slightly delayed


Vaccinations by the numbers (as of 3:00 p.m. EDT Friday, June 25, 2021)

Map shows percentage of eligible population (12+) vaccinated with at least one dose; percentages below are for total population
World: 2,838,527,301 doses given | 22.56% first dose | 10.34% fully vaccinated
Canada: 66.75% have received at least one dose | 23.84% fully vaccinated
British Columbia: 68.3% at least one dose | 21.7% fully vaccinated
Alberta: 60.6% at least one dose | 28.1% fully vaccinated
Saskatchewan: 60.8% at least one dose | 30.0% fully vaccinated
Manitoba: 63.2% at least one dose | 28.3% fully vaccinated
Ontario: 66.6% at least one dose | 25.5% fully vaccinated
Quebec: 69.9% at least one dose | 20.9% fully vaccinated
New Brunswick: 68.3% at least one dose | 22.4% fully vaccinated
Nova Scotia: 71.6% at least one dose | 15.0% fully vaccinated
Prince Edward Island: 70.6% at least one dose | 14.9% fully vaccinated
Newfoundland and Labrador: 71.6% one dose | 13.0% fully vaccinated
Yukon: 73.5% at least one dose | 63.8% fully vaccinated
Northwest Territories: 69.6% at least one dose | 60.7% fully vaccinated
Nunavut: 52.8% at least one dose | 40.7% fully vaccinated


Wellness Together Canada
Friday, June 4, 2021 at 2:12:11 PM

Parents are under increased stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They are not alone. That's why we offer ways to improve your mental wellbeing such as:

- Guided breathing exercises
- Mindfulness exercises
- Peer to peer support and coaching

Fear, stress and worry are normal in a crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many changes. You might feel like you're no longer in control of things. It;s normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or worried. People react in different ways. Some common feelings include:

- a sense of being socially excluded or judged
- concern about your children's education and well-being
- fear of getting sick with COVID-19 or of making others sick
- worry about losing your job, not being able to work or finances
- fear of being apart from loved ones due to isolation or physical distancing
helplessness, boredom, loneliness and depression due to isolation or physical distancing

Tips for taking care of yourself
Stay informed but take breaks from social media and the news.

Practise physical distancing, but stay socially connected to friends and family through:
- email
- phone calls
- video chats
- social media

Practise mindfulness by:
- stretching
- meditating
- taking deep breaths

Try to:
- eat healthy
- exercise regularly
- get plenty of sleep

More ways to get help.
If you need help, you can call:
- your primary health provider
- a registered psychologist
- another mental health provider in your community