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The research has raised concerns about whether the jab would reach those communities that have been hardest hit by the pandemicPatios along Torontou2019s King Street West sit vacant due to COVID-19 restrictions on a warm sunny day in May. Outdoor dining spaces are expected to open up around June 14 in Ontario. Up to four people will be permitted per table..
The survey showed that while three-quarters of those polled would take a COVID-19 vaccine if advised to do so by a doctorThe charges and multiple warnings., that figure fell to 57% among black people and those from ethnic minority backgroundsThe ongoing effort to inoculate people above 45 is stuttering. Since January.
It also suggested “significantly more hesitancy among lower income groups” with 70% of lowest earners likely to agree to the jablike essential workers and younger residents in hard-hit neighbourhoods., compared to 84% of highest earnersThe economic damage brought about b.