How different Canadian provinces are responding to threat of 4th COVID-19 wave

Global News published this video item, entitled “How different Canadian provinces are responding to threat of 4th COVID-19 wave” – below is their description.

A range of pandemic responses is playing out across Canada, as several provinces see a Delta-fuelled surge in COVID-19 cases.

Canadian officials say a higher rate of vaccinations is the only way out of this public health crisis.

Meanwhile, Quebec is focusing on implementing vaccine passports.

Global’s Abigail Bimman looks at different tactics to get infections under control and whether it will be enough to prevent a fourth wave come fall.

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