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Any such calls will not be responded to, and where necessary, referred to the appropriate authority for follow up. This means that the virus is spreading in the community and is not necessarily linked to travel or other known cases. I am pleased to share that more thandoses of COVID vaccine have been administered across the region, which includes overresidents who have received at least one vaccine dose and more thanresidents who have received their second dose and are now fully vaccinated.
We are now reaching out to individuals in the 18 to 29 and 30 to 39 age groups — these groups currently have the lowest vaccination rates in Durham Region, with 45 per cent of individuals having received two doses of vaccine, while 47 per cent of those have received two doses. While many individuals in these age cohorts have received their vaccine, I would encourage others in these age groups to receive their first and second doses as soon as possible.
As the province opens back up, having two doses of vaccine will provide the best protection as we once again are able to enjoy the company of friends and family. There are many Durham Region residents who have second dose appointments booked for September and October, however, these individuals are eligible for an earlier second dose.
At this time, all area residents who received a first dose of an mRNA vaccine Moderna or Pfizer can receive their second dose after 28 days, and those who received AstraZeneca as their first dose can receive their second dose after eight weeks 56 days. I encourage everyone to book their second dose appointment as soon as they are eligible.
In our effort to improve access to vaccines for all residents, youth 12 to 17 are able to receive a first dose of vaccine at local immunization clinics on a walk-in basis. However, appointments are currently required for second doses at local immunization Adult looking hot sex Durham California for this age group.
To book an appointment, visit durham. As vaccination rates and other health system indicators have continued to improve, the province moved to Step 3 of its Roadmap to Reopen at a. Locally, more than 75 per cent of Durham Region residents 18 and older have received at least one dose of COVID vaccine and daily new case s continue to decline. Step 3 allows for additional indoor activities toadjusts capacity limits and restrictions, and allows for more people to gather indoors and outdoors.
In Step 3, area residents will be able to enjoy additional activities such as: gathering with up to people outdoors and 25 people indoors; attending concert venues, theatres and cinemas; enjoying time at bars and nightclubs; visiting a local gym; participating in indoor and outdoor sports and recreation activities; and receiving additional personal care services. While Step 3 allows for residents to get back to almost all their regular activities, it is important to remember that Step 3 includes several restrictions and capacity limits that must be followed.
We must all continue to wear a mask or face covering indoors and practice physical distancing as much as possible; certain exemptions are in place. Capacity limits for businesses and establishments are specified in Step 3 to support physical distancing. Health Department staff will continue to focus on vaccinating eligible residents, but must also continue to respond to complaints, inspect businesses and local establishments, and enforce compliance with public health restrictions. My team remains committed to ensuring that we all follow public health advice and activities safely to protect the health of all residents.
In Step 3 we request the ongoing support and cooperation of all community members so Adult looking hot sex Durham California can continue to move forward. Please be respectful to Health Department staff out in the community and on the phone, who continue to work tirelessly to address risks to the public and provide information to keep everyone safe. Thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation; with your continued support, we can look forward to a summer that only gets better.
Soumya Swaminathan was taken out of context regarding vaccine mixing with initial headlines reporting that vaccine mixing is a dangerous trend. Swaminathan was asked by reporters if booster vaccines were necessary and in her reply, she cautioned that countries need to focus on fully vaccinating the global population before discussing boosters or receiving three or four doses of multiple brands. Unfortunately, the media used this quote out of context with various headlines claiming mixing and matching vaccines is dangerous according to the World Health Organization.
These comments have created some confusion within the community leading individuals to question the practice of mixing mRNA vaccines. Ontario continues to follow the advice of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization NACI which recommends that it is safe to mix these vaccines based on studies from the UK, Spain and Germany that have found that mixing vaccines is safe and produces a strong immune response.
There is no change in practice related to vaccine interchangeability in Durham Region, Ontario or Canada. Please visit www. In order to improve access to vaccines for youth, residents years of age and their unimmunized family members can receive a first dose of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at local immunization clinics offering Pfizer on a walk-in basis until July 19, without an appointment; appointments are required for second doses.
As there must be a minimum of 28 days between first and second doses, unimmunized youth are encouraged to get their first dose as soon as possible to allow time to receive a second dose prior to September. Although youth are less likely to experience serious illness from COVID, some younger people do get very ill, some require hospitalization and some may experience serious long-term effects. Younger people who experience mild symptoms may also spread COVID to others who may get severely ill.
Currently, vaccines are not approved for children younger than 12 years of age which means that a large proportion of elementary school children cannot be vaccinated at this time. To support a safe and productive school year, in which students can enjoy in-person learning and time with their friends, I encourage all eligible youth to get vaccinated to protect themselves and those around them, including younger family members who are unable to be vaccinated.
Youth and their families may have several questions about the COVID vaccine, including how it works, its side effects and safety. Some mild side effects from the vaccine are common and Adult looking hot sex Durham California resolve within a couple of days such as, soreness of the arm where you received the vaccination, tiredness, headache, muscle and t pain, chills and mild fever; serious vaccine reactions are rare.
It is important that youth and families make an informed decision about getting vaccinated. In Adult looking hot sex Durham California effort to improve access to vaccines for all residents, adults 18 and older can receive a first dose of Moderna vaccine at local immunization clinics offering Moderna on a walk-in basis until July 19, without an appointment; appointments are required for second doses. As Ontario has continued to improve in key public health and health system indicators and provincial vaccination rates have surpassed identified targets, the province moved to Step 2 of its Roadmap to Reopen at am on June Locally, trends also continue to improve; the of daily cases has ranged from eight to 12 over the past week and currently there are no outbreaks in long-term care or retirement homes, child care centres or workplaces.
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Health Department staff and community partners continue efforts to vaccinate all residents who wish to receive a COVID vaccine; more than 73 per Adult looking hot sex Durham California of Durham Region residents 18 and older have received at least one dose of COVID vaccine. Over the summer, we will continue to work towards vaccinating all eligible residents with the goal of improving the percentage of residents who are fully vaccinated.
Area residents will be pleased to know that Step 2 includes easing of additional public health restrictions allowing everyone to get back to some activities that have not been permitted since the provincewide Stay at Home Order was issued in April. In Step 2, several establishments can open and some services may with restrictions and capacity limits in place, including: personal care services where face coverings can be worn, public libraries, outdoor amusement and water parks, overnight camp, and stores in shopping malls.
Outdoor social gatherings and organized public events are permitted for up to 25 people and outdoor dining is permitted for up to six people per table.
Residents and businesses may also refer to O. Please remember that public health restrictions and capacity limits continue to be in place. I urge all residents to continue to follow public health measures and activities safely to ensure that we prevent any increases in disease spread. Thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation; our collective actions continue to make a difference. The Health Department has received notice from the province that the delayed shipment of Pfizer vaccine is now scheduled to be received later today.
This delay affected the supply Adult looking hot sex Durham California Pfizer vaccine at Durham Region mass immunization clinics resulting in the Health Department administering Moderna vaccine at area clinics for appointments booked for individuals 18 and older. Rickard Recreation Complex, Bowmanville, on June Clinics in north Durham and McKinney Centre, Whitby, will remain unchanged and continue to administer Moderna vaccine. The Health Department has also received an additional supply of Moderna vaccine which has allowed an increase in daily appointments to 1, from the current appointments at Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex, Pickering, which will now only offer Moderna vaccine.
As Durham Region was recently identified as a Delta hot spot, it is crucial to get as many residents fully immunized as quickly as possible to ensure an optimal level of protection and to help in slowing the rate of transmission within our community. Both vaccines are authorized for use in Canada, work the same way and are highly effective.
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Individuals 12 to years old will continue to be vaccinated with Pfizer vaccine, as Pfizer is the only vaccine approved in Canada for this age group. Youth who had appointments booked at the Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex clinic site will be contacted by Health Department staff to discuss options for booking at other clinics where Pfizer is offered. Please remember that clinic staff have no control over the supply of vaccine available at area clinics, but they are available to answer questions and help clients feel comfortable prior to receiving vaccine.
Appointments are available for booking at www. Over the weekend, the Health Department was notified by the Ontario Ministry of Health of a delay in its shipment of Pfizer vaccine, affecting supply at local mass immunization clinics. As a result of this delay, all clinics in Durham Region will move to offer Moderna vaccine to adults 18 and older until additional Pfizer vaccine is received.
Mixing vaccines is safe, effective and allows residents to receive their second dose sooner. NACI recommends that:. Residents will be considered fully immunized two weeks after receiving a second dose of these Health Canada approved vaccines, even if their first dose was different than their second.
With the Delta variant spreading locally, it is important that area residents complete their vaccine series with a second dose of the most readily available COVID vaccine for optimal protection. Please be aware that clinic staff have no control over the supply of vaccine available at area clinics, but they are available to answer questions and help clients feel comfortable prior to receiving vaccine.
I am pleased to share that more thandoses of COVID vaccine have been administered across the Adult looking hot sex Durham California, almostresidents have received at least one vaccine dose and more than 85, residents have been fully vaccinated. Thank you to the residents who are patiently waiting for an appointment for their second dose.
Appointments will become available when vaccine supply is confirmed. It is recommended that residents who received a first dose of Pfizer or Adult looking hot sex Durham California both mRNA vaccines receive a second dose of the same vaccine. However, if the same vaccine is not readily available, residents can receive a second dose of either mRNA vaccine. Residents may go to a health care provider or pharmacy offering these vaccines or they may wait for appointments to become available at Health Department mass immunization clinics.
The Health Department has received several questions about why appointments for second doses are not yet available for anyone who received a first dose on or before May 9, as has been announced in other regions. The Province announced that individuals who live in Delta hot spots are eligible to receive a second dose if they received their first dose on or before May 9. A Delta hot spot is a region with a high prevalence of the B. Thankfully, there have been few cases of the Delta variant locally and the Province has not identified Durham Region as a Delta hot spot at this time.
Our goal is to open eligibility for second doses to more residents as soon as we are able based on vaccine supply and appointment availability. Please stay tuned for further updates in the coming days. The province continues to monitor the provincewide vaccination rate and key public health and health system indicators to determine when public health measures can be lifted. Based on the vaccine rollout and improvements in public health trends, the Province will be moving to Step 1 of its Roadmap to Reopen at am on June Area residents will be pleased to know that trends have also been improving locally; the of daily cases has been decreasing and almost 70 per cent of Durham Region residents 18 and older have received at least one dose of COVID vaccine.