When will Canada provide COVID-19 safety guidelines for fully vaccinated people?

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  • Global News published this video item, entitled “When will Canada provide COVID-19 safety guidelines for fully vaccinated people?” – below is their description.

    Canadians who have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 are seeking federal guidance on what is and isn’t safe to do.

    Sixty-five per cent of adults in Canada have been given their first dose, the highest number reported by any nation.

    But, Canada still lags behind when it comes to second doses, and some medical experts say clearer COVID-19 safety guidelines may encourage more people to get their shots.

    Eric Sorensen reports.

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