All adults in Ontario can now book an appointment to receive an Omicron-targeted COVID-19 vaccine as of today.
Ontario is reporting 65 new deaths linked to COVID-19 as the number of children under the age of five getting vaccinated against the virus is even lower than the relatively low number many experts had expected.
Dr. Kieran Moore says the province peaked in total number of active cases the week of July 15, when roughly 16 to 18 cases a day were being identified through PCR testing, while now that is down to only about one a day.
Adults in Ontario can begin booking a bivalent COVID-19 vaccine booster dose on Monday, the province says. Spots opened for everyone as of 8 a.m. ET, though appointments for especially vulnerable people will be prioritized until September 26 before widening to all residents 18 and older.
An Ontario man with cancer is languishing in hospital in British Columbia because his local hospital does not have a bed available.
A first limited shipment of bivalent COVID-19 vaccines has arrived in Ontario, Minister of Health Sylvia Jones said Thursday, as the province reported 74 more people died with the illness over the last week.
Ontario’s recently disbanded science table says the province needs a “proactive and comprehensive strategy” to manage long COVID, including substantial investments in research.
Tyler Montgomery of Port Franks, Ont., is wasting no time starting his second chance at life, a year after a life-saving heart transplant at Toronto General Hospital. He even got down on one knee at the London Health Sciences Centre where he received followup care, in “the place that takes care of my heart,” to propose to his girlfriend.
Cannabis use increased significantly in the year leading up to legalization among women and people over 50, a long-running survey in Ontario found.
‘Greed is a powerful weapon’: Are illegal kickbacks in Ontario driving up the cost of your generic drugs?
A hidden camera investigation and confidential documents obtained by The Fifth Estate raise questions about whether Canada’s largest pharmaceutical distributor is profiting from illegal kickbacks on sales of generic drugs in Ontario.