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COVID-19: 3 cases in London-Middlesex; Lambton extends second dose re-bookings to those 60-plus

Three new COVID-19 cases have been reported in London and Middlesex, local health officials said Friday.It marks the second time this month that the region has seen just three cases in a single day. Three were recorded on June 6.

Prior to that, a case increase that low hadn’t been seen since mid-November.The region’s pandemic case total stands at 12,490, of which 12,172 have resolved, an increase of 17 from the day before. At least 223 COVID-19-related deaths have been reported so far, most recently on Tuesday.At least 95 cases are active in the region, the health unit says.

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Middlesex-London Health Unit is trying to make it easier for people to cancel their original second dose appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine.Thanks to increased supply, shortened intervals between doses and vaccine availability through local pharmacies, more and more people are booking new second-dose appointments either at an earlier time or a different location, prompting a need to cancel appointments that were automatically booked at the time of the first vaccine dose.
COVID-19 vaccine clinics starting next week.The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) says the clinics launch on Monday and will provide first doses to those who haven’t been able to attend one of the local mass vaccination clinics.Each of the one-day clinics will operate from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

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