Victoria recorded two new local cases of Covid-19 on Monday, both children who are close contacts of previous cases and have not been in the community while infectious.
Immunized Albertans still have to enter to win a prize in the province's vaccine lottery, the premier clarified Monday afternoon.
New Brunswick's COVID-19 online dashboard provides an update on the amount of vaccines that have been administered to date.
N.B. officials recommend that anyone under the age of 55 who received the AstraZeneca vaccine for their first dose, you receive an mRNA vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech) as their second dose, unless contraindicated.
That helps reduce the risk of the body rejecting new organs but may also limit responses to vaccines.
The state has seen 7,300 people die from COVID-19.
There are 69 per cent of those 18 and older and 67 per cent of those 12 and older have now received their first dose of the vaccine.
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'The numbers are concerning and we need to do what we can within reason to do what we can to protect people here, ' Mr Coveney told RTÉ's This Week.
The province announced Friday it had sped up the second dose schedule.
"Now, based on the experience gained in the feasibility study, the ICMR is keen to develop a model for vaccine delivery by UAV in the field practice area to reach areas to cover last-mile coverage at hard terrain in selected locations", it said.
And she's anxious that states with low vaccination rates could become hot spots.
There are 104 people in hospital across the province; 17 of those people are in the ICU in the Northwest (one); North Central (four); Saskatoon (six); Central East (one); Regina (four); and Southwest (one) zones.
There are 95 people in hospital, with 75 of those receiving inpatient care: north west (11) north central (5), Saskatoon (27), central east (3), Regina (24), south west (2), south central (1) and south east (2).
Meanwhile, residents of a townhouse complex in Melbourne's CBD are being ordered to isolate for up to a fortnight after authorities established a link between two coronavirus cases who live there.
All of New Brunswick remains under the Yellow level of recovery under the province's order.