Ontario reports 704 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday Ontario reported another 704 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. Among those cases, 506 have presented in people who either have not been fully vaccinated or whose vaccination status is unclear; 198 cases occurred in people who have received both doses. More than 86 % of Ontarians aged 12+ have now had at least 1 dose of a COVID-19 vaccine Posted: Oct 02, 2021 10:24 AM ET | Last Updated: October 2 A sign reminding patrons of a mandatory vaccination policy for indoor-dining is pictured in a Toronto cafe on Sept. 22, 2021. As last month, patrons of dine-in restaurants, nightclubs, gyms, sports facilities and other venues have been required to present a receipt of full vaccination along with government identification. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/covid-19-ontario-october-2-2021-update-1.6197688
Reuters | Updated: 01-10-2021 10:46 IST | Created: 01-10-2021 10:31 IST Following is a summary of current science news briefs. Scientists come closer to solving Caribbean seaweed mystery Scientists were baffled when a band of seaweed longer than the entire Brazilian coastline sprouted in 2011 in the tropical Atlantic - an area typically lacking nutrients that would feed such growth. A group of U.S. researchers has fingered a prime suspect: human sewage and agricultural runoff carried by rivers to the ocean. Coronavirus can transform pancreas cell function; certain genes may protect an infected person's spouse The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review. Coronavirus transforms here. pancreas cell function England to ease regulations on gene editing in agricultural research Britain's farming and environment minister George Eustice announced on Wednesday that regulations related to gene editing in agricultural research would be eased in England following a public consultation.https://www.devdiscourse.com/article/science-environment/1751595-science-news-roundup-scientists-come-closer-to-solving-caribbean-seaweed-mystery-coronavirus-can-transform-pancreas-cell-f
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President Biden spent the weekend at Camp David. President Joe Biden waves after delivering remarks to State Department staff, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021, in Washington. President Joe Biden kisses first lady Jill Biden as he departs the White House on Jan. 29, 2021 for a visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. President Joe Biden answers questions from reporters in the South Court Auditorium on the White House complex, Monday, Jan. 25, 2021, in Washington. President Joe Biden signs his first executive orders in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Six of Biden's 17 first-day executive orders dealt with immigration, such as halting work on a border wall in Mexico and lifting a travel ban on people from several predominantly Muslim countries. President Joe Biden arrives to speak about the coronavirus, accompanied by Vice President Kamala Harris, in the State Dinning Room of the White House, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, in Washington.https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/09/16/france-china-furious-over-us-defense-nuclear-sub-deal-australia/8364491002/
In November last year, his Coalition Avenir Quebec government refused to adopt a proposal by the Atikamekw Nation to improve healthcare access for Indigenous people because it called on the province to recognise systemic racism. Joyce’s Principle, as the plan is known, is named after Echaquan. “We don’t have the same vision,” Quebec Indigenous Affairs Minister Ian Lafreniere said at the time, as reported by APTN. “However, I will assure you that doesn’t prevent us from working together.” The coroner’s report comes after National Day for Truth and Reconciliation was marked for the first time in Canada on Thursday. The federal holiday honours the Indigenous children who were forced to attend so-called “ residential schools “, forced-assimilation institutions rife with abuse. People march to demand justice for Joyce Echaquan, in Montreal, on October 3, 2020 [File: Christinne Muschi/Reuters] Thousands of Indigenous children are believed to have died while attending the facilities, and First Nation communities have uncovered hundreds of unmarked graves on the sites of the former schools in recent months. Few Canadian provinces have officially recognised National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as a provincial holiday, however, prompting questions from Indigenous rights advocates about whether they are taking calls to address the harms of residential schools seriously. Legault, the Quebec premier, said on Thursday he does not plan to make September 30 a provincial holiday because Quebec needs more “productivity”, Canadian media reported . “There’s a large majority of Quebecers that say important link there is no racist system in Quebec,” Legault said earlier this week, as reported by the public broadcaster, CBC .https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/10/1/racism-contributed-to-death-of-indigenous-woman-in-canada