There are 123 SARS-CoV-2 vaccines under development and seven that have entered human trials. Any potential vaccines need to be manufactured to scale in this pandemic setting. We must assess the potential speed with which a vaccine candidate can move towards approval. In the face of an immense burden of …Read More »
In the first days of the COVID-19 outbreak in Manitoba, in the first part of March, there were no test sites available for those with symptoms of COVID-19. Waiting times were long when Health Links was called for a referral. Now, however, Prairie Mountain Health (PMH) tells the public that …Read More »
Do you have questions about unemployment in California? We talked to EDD about debit cards, waiting times, how to get benefits during the COVID-19 crisis.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, many have questions about how to get unemployment benefits. California is seeing “unprecedented” numbers during the pandemic with approximately 4.6 million residents applying for unemployment since March 12, according to the latest projections by Governor Gavin Newsom. RELATED: Governor …Read More »
As you know, VIU, along with many other universities, announced on Monday that our the fall semester will be a model hybrid program of education, with most courses offered in online format. This decision was not made lightly and was made in order to support the safety and well-being of …Read More »
You know it’s a pandemic when you search for cleaning products online at Walmart and the only “Bleach” available is Nirvana’s first album. Or the hand sanitizer you clicked and placed in your virtual cart is out of stock before you have a chance to pay. The question arises: if …Read More »