An updated COVID-19 model from the Canadian Office of Public Health supports the federal government’s recommendation that the most stringent measures taken in the country. especially the closure of the city It could be canceled this summer when 75% of people aged 12 and over have had one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and at least 20 percent have received a second vaccine.
Dr Teresa Tam said: “Although we still need to maintain personal protective measures such as concealment and distancing around non-household members, we are still in the process of keeping our children safe. But we will be able to gather in small groups outside, dine on the patio of the restaurant. and enjoy the outdoors safely,” Canada’s chief health officer said Friday.
When 75 percent of people in Canada age 12 and older are fully vaccinated. “It may be safe to begin easing personal protective measures. without an overpowering hospital”
Dr. Tam has a warning for every province and territory. “Now is not the time to relax our measures.”
“We know that vaccines will help. But we haven’t injected everyone yet. And the curve has only dropped from its peak by 50 percent,” she said.
“People need to go out. This is a low-risk area and do it carefully. Then waiting to see what happens before you take your next step is very supportive.”
“If you have a certain low-immunity population… You may see a resurgence in the population that has been inadequately or partially vaccinated. which was driven by some concerns. Then you will have to rush to deal with these things. Bag of Resurrection”
Short-term forecasts predict that by June 10, Canada will see reports of COVID-19 cases. Cumulative totals between 1,387,210 and 1,426,400, with between 25,590 and 26,310 deaths.
Considering regional hospitalizations The rate of hospitalization has decreased. But Manitoba in particular continues to see higher numbers of infections and hospitalizations.
Vaccination data in Canada show that vaccines are effective. with reports of COVID-19 cases small number after vaccination
As of May 25, people confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 14 days after their first vaccination accounted for 0.15% of those who had received at least one dose.
“Compared to unvaccinated cases in these jurisdictions. These individuals are more likely to report having no symptoms. “This is consistent with vaccine efficacy studies showing strong protection against serious diseases.”