Global National: July 30, 2021: COVID-19 modelling raises fears of 4th wave

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With Alberta phasing out pandemic protocols despite a resurgence in COVID-19, concerns are growing about a fourth wave and the consequences for the rest of Canada. Heather Yourex-West spoke to one mother, whose young son suffered a rare illness related to COVID-19.

Questions are growing in Canada over the need for a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, as Israel begins offering booster shots to its population. Mike Le Couteur explains how Canadian health officials are responding.

Canada’s top athletes are more likely to develop mental disorders than the general public, according to a new study by the University of Toronto. Jamie Mauracher explains why, and how the findings compare to research in other countries.

The murder of Afghan comedian Fazal Mohammad, better known as “Khasha Zwan,” is only reinforcing fears the group will go after interpreters who helped Canadian and American troops. Mike Armstrong explains why Ottawa is being criticized over its plan to help those workers and their families.

The Toronto Blue Jays have returned home after nearly two years away due to COVID-19 restrictions. Eric Sorensen reports on the long-awaited homecoming, and why hopes are high for the team’s future.

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