Ontario to vaccinate long-term care homes in hard-hit regions by Jan. 21

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Ontario to vaccinate long-term care homes in hard-hit regions by Jan. 21” – below is their description.

Ontario says it plans to give a COVID-19 vaccination to all health workers, residents and essential caregivers in long-term care homes in several hard-hit regions by Jan. 21. Dr. Isaac Bogoch, a member of the province’s vaccine task force, said, ‘We should be aiming to do that much sooner.’  

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