Other groups who will become eligible to book through the provincial system Thursday include elementary and secondary school workers, individuals with high-risk health conditions, frontline workers in the province's "group one" category who can not work from home, and First Nations, Inuit, and Métis individuals.
The province says those 18 years of age and older living in one of 114 hot spot communities will be able to book their vaccine appointment through the province's online portal beginning Monday at 8 a.m.
"With additional supply our government is increasing access to the COVID-19 vaccines in the communities hardest hit by COVID-19", said Health Minister Christine Elliott, in a release Sunday.
COVID's third wave is younger and sicker.
Sunday's announcement confirmed a plan outlined last week appears to be proceeding as expected.
All adults in hot spots have been cleared for immunization for some time, though they could not book through the provincial website. Instead, residents have been getting shots at pop-up and mobile clinics, sometimes standing in line for hours.
Three dead after boat capsizes off San Diego coast
At least three people are dead and 27 others have been rushed to hospital after a boat was ripped into pieces when it capsized . Among the rescuers who jumped into action was a good Samaritan: a Navy sailor who was in the area with his family, Romero said.
Dozens reported dead in stampede at Israeli festival
Israel's military was brought in to support the rescue effort, police said, while authorities tried to evacuate the area. The gathering had been held in defiance of health officials who had worries that crowding could pose a Covid-19 risk.
Health Canada is forecasting 3.1 million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will be shipped to Ontario in the month of May.
If supply holds, the province expects to make those 18 and older eligible for a shot at mass sites provincewide on the week of May 24. That includes individuals with the highest risk health conditions, child care workers, and education workers who provide direct support to students with special education needs.
The province reported 3,436 new cases of COVID-19 today and 16 more deaths linked to the virus.
Of the newly announced cases, 1,050 are in Toronto, 819 are in Peel, 286 are in York Region, 158 are in Ottawa, and 157 are in Durham.
Despite the uptick in cases, the province recorded a decrease in both hospitalizations and admissions to intensive care units.
The Ministry of Health says 1,925 people are in hospital with COVID-19, but notes that more than 10 per cent of hospitals did not submit data to the province over the weekend.
About 1,900 delegates were in attendance at the start of the state organizing convention, held at the Maverik Center, Cox said. Susan Collins said Sunday that she was "appalled" to see fellow Republican Sen. "Those are the principles that unite us".
Under the US-Taliban pact signed in Doha, Qatar, the US agreed to withdraw all its soldiers from Afghanistan in 14 months. On Friday, a huge blast in eastern Logar killed dozens as they broke their fast during the holy Islamic month of Ramadan.
More than 150 overseas-acquired cases have been reported across the country in the past week, many from India. A wreath lies on the coffin of a Covid-19 victim prior to cremation in Jammu, northern India.
Le couvre-feu pourrait prendre fin le 30 juin . "L'étape zéro, c'était la réouverture des écoles le 26 avril". Les salles de sports, fermées depuis l'automne dernier, seront également autorisées à réouvrir.
Labor has called on the government to do more to assist India, as thousands of people are dying daily with COVID-19. In a statement, the commission said it will directly approach the government directly with its concerns.
People will receive an SMS specifying the time slot during which they can visit the drive-through for their second vaccine . Balance of 7,49,960 vaccine doses are still available with the state for administration to the eligible population groups.
President Joe Biden's effort to rejoin the 2015 worldwide compact with Tehran to curb Iran's program to build a nuclear weapon. The prisoner swap deal with Washington also reportedly involved the unfreezing of $7 billion (€5.8 billion) in Iranian funds.
Two of the wounded are in a serious condition after the mass stabbing in Beiliu City, in Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Two of the injured children later died while another two are seriously injured and undergoing surgery.
KDVR reported that the booking video appears to show three officers watching the bodycam footage of Karen Garner's arrest. The report said a female officer said she hated watching the video and one of the men laughed, and said, "I love it".
New community COVID-19 cases confirmed
In Perth on Saturday authorities confirmed a hotel security guard and his two roommates tested positive to Covid-19. He developed some COVID-19 symptoms that evening, which he thought were related to his Pfizer vaccine days earlier.
What we know of Mario Gonzalez's death, pinned down by police
As the Chronicle reports , Gonzalez's family is demanding an investigation into the incident, and several are already underway. The Alameda County Sheriff's Department and Alameda County District Attorney's Office opened separate criminal investigations.
Harris, Pelosi to make history seated behind Biden at speech
Ms Harris' office declined comment on her historic role in the president's address, preferring to let the moment speak for itself. Pelosi already knows what it feels like to sit on the rostrum in the House chamber and introduce a president for speeches.