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CBC News 2 Oct 2020

New Ontario COVID-19 restrictions 'too little, too late,' says nurses association


Ontario introduced a number of stricter public health measures following a record-high number of new COVID-19 cases, but the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario says the new restrictions are "too little, too late."

The Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, issued an injunction blocking New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's Covid-19 restrictions on occupancies in houses of worship and religious institutions. Aired on 11/26/2020.
New COVID-19 restrictions are coming for parts of Ontario already in the red zone of the province's alert system. Aoi Yoshida, who opened a ramen restaurant in Toronto last month, explains how a potential lockdown would affect her business.

Boris Johnson is set to unveil a new system for implementing COVID-19 restrictions.
Manitoba's health minister strongly hinted that further COVID-19 restrictions are coming, saying 'what we are doing is not yet working.' New cases in that province and in B.C. are being linked to private gatherings. 


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