5 issues to know on CTVNews.ca for Friday, April 2, 2021: AstraZeneca vaccine, working from residence, two Michaels in China

Canada has now administered the primary dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 16.47 per cent of the nation’s eligible inhabitants. This is what else you might want to know to begin your day.

1. Vaccine limbo: Individuals below the age of 55 who bought their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine are now in limbo after the Nationwide Advisory Committee on Immunization really useful pausing vaccinations for that age group. 

2. Contraception: The information that AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine might trigger blood clots, particularly amongst youthful girls, has left many questioning whether or not being on hormonal contraception is a consider growing the uncommon dysfunction. 

3. Working from residence: Current polling from Statistics Canada signifies that individuals who started working from residence as a result of COVID-19 pandemic are simply as productive as they had been within the office, however a good portion are working longer hours

4. Two Michaels: Canadian consular officers have been granted digital entry to Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor for the primary time since their trials started in China in mid-March, World Affairs Canada says. 

5. ‘We by no means gave up’: One of many officers who discovered Jude Leyton in a wooded space north of Kingston says it was a staff effort to find the lacking three-year-old. 

Yet one more factor…

‘Sending love’: Members of the Hamilton, Ont. punk-rock band Teenage Head say the help they’ve acquired from followers all over the world helps drummer Gene Champagne in his bout of COVID-19.  

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