QUEBEC – Medicago says it has received promising early test results for its plant-derived vaccine for COVID-19.
The Quebec City-based company says interim results of a Phase 1 clinical trial found that 100 per cent of subjects developed a promising antibody response after two doses of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate.
Medicago says the side effects were generally mild to moderate and short in duration.
The Phase 1 clinical trial was a randomized, partially blinded study of 180 healthy people.
Based on the Phase 1 data, Medicago plans to proceed with a Phase 2/3 clinical trial for its COVID-19 vaccine candidate, subject to regulatory approval.
The federal government has signed a $173-million contract with Medicago to secure the rights to buy 76 million doses of its vaccine, should it meet health and safety standards.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 10, 2020.
Many support P.E.I.'s decision to suspend Atlantic bubble – CBC.ca
Many Islanders reacted to news of P.E.I. opting out of the Atlantic bubble by sharing the sentiments of Premier Dennis King — it’s unfortunate but necessary.
King announced that as of 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, non-essential travel in and out of P.E.I. would not be permitted, though he did allow for some flexibility for people rushing to get home.
Opposition leader Peter Bevan-Baker of the Green Party tweeted his support for the premier’s decision.
“I was glad to hear that P.E.I. is temporarily leaving the Atlantic bubble to protect Islanders’ health,” he said.
Penny Walsh-McGuire, CEO of the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce, said she encourages Islanders to take the opportunity to shop local this holiday season.
This temporary closure of the P.E.I. border is a layer of precaution that will allow our business community to continue to operate and to avoid entering the full lockdown situations we see in other parts of Canada.— Penny Walsh-McGuire
“While it is unfortunate that we are moving towards further restrictions, the chamber supports the decision to keep Islanders safe and businesses open, especially as case numbers rise across the country,” she said in a release.
“This temporary closure of the P.E.I. border is a layer of precaution that will allow our business community to continue to operate and to avoid entering the full lockdown situations we see in other parts of Canada.”
Lennox Island First Nation Chief Darlene Bernard said she and many in the Mi’kmaq community travel between the provinces to visit family and friends, but credited King and Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Heather Morrison making the “prudent” decision in the interest of all Island residents.
“I understand the second wave is coming and I think we’re all seeing it across the country and right now P.E.I. is the place to be, right, so we have to try to stay here and shop here and keep things going here in our province,” she said.
“We all know, when we move, that little bug moves, so we have to stop its movement.”
Testing on Lennox Island
Bernard said she and a number of others were tested at a temporary COVID-19 clinic set up Friday on Lennox Island after cases began to spread in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. She said all those tests came back negative.
“We do travel quite a bit between our communities, to Big Cove and places like that, because our families are very close and that’s why we had the testing done on Lennox, too, because we had people coming in from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia areas and we were travelling outside of the province as well just getting ready for Christmas and all those kinds of things.”
Some people CBC P.E.I. spoke with in Charlottetown also supported the new travel restrictions.
Holland College student Lilly Warner said she is disappointed because it could mean she won’t be able to spend the holidays with family in Halifax, but thinks it is best for public safety.
Dylan Echlin, who is from Toronto but lives in Charlottetown, said he knew it would be unrealistic to think he would be able to visit family over the holidays due to cases in Ontario.
“It’s something they needed to do for sure just because of the impact of what’s going on in the rest of the world and how many cases are evolving with Moncton and Halifax.”
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The Bay to close Queen Street location Tuesday after being open Monday despite lockdown – CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
The Bay says it will close its flagship location on Queen Street Tuesday after leaving it open Monday, despite a provincial lockdown in effect in Toronto and Peel Region.
The Queen Street location remained fully open Monday despite orders for non-essential retailers to close their stores to in-person shopping in Toronto and Peel Region.
Toronto and Peel Region officially entered a 28-day lockdown on Monday, forcing restaurants, gyms, and non-essential stores to close to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Retailers can still offer curbside pickup and delivery and restaurants are also permitted to stay open for takeout and delivery.
Department stores across the GTA have been shuttered as part of the lockdown but a spokesperson for The Bay told Newstalk 1010 that the company’s Queen Street location downtown is allowed to stay open to customers because groceries and other “essential items” are sold inside.
“The health and well-being of customers and associates remain our top priority as we continue to provide the essential products and services Canadians need,” the spokesperson said.
“At this time, while the majority of our stores in Toronto and Peel are only offering curbside pickup, the Hudson’s Bay Queen Street location, which offers grocery among other essential items, remains open with strict protocols in place as outlined by the government.”
The company said there are enhanced cleaning protocols in place at all stores and associates must undergo full health screenings when reporting for work.
“We remain committed to ensuring a healthy environment for all,” the statement concluded.
In a further statement issued to CP24 late Monday, The Bay said it decided to leave the Queen Street location open because there is a grocery store in the basement of the eight-floor location.
“On Sunday evening, the order issued by the province changed the guidelines regulating the operation of retail stores. We reviewed closely to ensure compliance and, as such, closed all our stores in Toronto and Peel but one, which contained a grocery store,” the statement read. “We understood this to be in line with the province’s direction, however we have now made the decision to close our Queen Street store tomorrow. All Hudson’s Bay stores in Toronto and Peel will offer shoppers curbside pickup.”
Health minister’s office says store should not be open
Asked about the situation at a news conference on Monday afternoon, Premier Doug Ford said he would “have to look into it.”
Ford reiterated a call for shoppers to support small businesses during the lockdown.
“I’m doing everything we can to protect and support the small businesses out there,” Ford said.
Dr. Barbara Yaffe, Ontario’s associate chief medical officer of health, said any large stores that are open would have to offer essential goods that you would find in a grocery store, pharmacy, or hardware store.
In a statement to CP24, a spokesperson for Health Minister Christine Elliott offered further clarification late Monday, noting that The Bay should not be allowing customers inside.
“The inclusion of discount and big box retailers selling groceries is intended to include retail with a full grocery store component. This would include WalMart and Costco for example, but not The Bay or IKEA,” the statement read.
“We encourage all organizations to refer to the provincial regulations to clarify impacts to their business.”
Speaking to CP24, one shopper said that when he asked staff inside The Bay about where he could find the grocery department, they told him groceries could be found in the basement at Pusateri’s.
When he told them Pusateri’s wasn’t open, he said they informed him that it would be open shortly.
“They said, ‘Oh, but we are getting them to open right away. They are restocking shelves right now. They will probably be open tomorrow,'” the shopper told CP24.
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