Your one (or two?) dose summer guide to reopenings and travel
With 58 per cent of Canadians (and counting) having received a first dose of a COVID vaccine, many are eagerly diving into a “one-dose” summer. Now, with more vaccines on the way, the timeline for second doses will make it a “two-dose” summer for some. Today, we answer many questions for the months ahead.
Original author: Adrian Cheung
Published: June 8, 2021
Guest: Dr. Fahad Razak, epidemiologist and internist at St. Michael’s Hospital, and member of Ontario’s Science Advisory Table
With 58 per cent of Canadians (and counting) having received a first dose of a COVID vaccine, many are eagerly diving into a “one-dose” summer. Now, Ontario is moving up its Step 1 reopening plans and with more vaccine shipments on the way, it will be a “two-dose” vaccinated summer for some. Today, we answer the many questions for the months ahead. How much protection does one jab give you? What does a safe reopening look like? When can we travel again?
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