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Biochemist Daniela Beatriz Ori manipulates swab samples to make a real time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) analysis for COVID-19 testing at the biochemistry lab of Central Navy Hospital Dr. Pedro Malloon April 28, 2020 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Photo by Amilcar Orfali/Getty Images)
Heavy snow falls as people wearing face masks to curb the spread of COVID-19 cross a road in Burnaby, B.C., on Monday, December 21, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
People walk past a "we're open, heated terrace dining" sign at Eli's Essentials on the Upper East Side on February 02, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images)
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Life returning to normal after 'shelter in place' order in M'Chigeeng

Life has quickly returned to normal at M'Chigeeng First Nation after OPP used the province's emergency alert system telling everyone in the area to 'shelter in place.' While officers are still looking for 32-year-old Victor Branco, they no longer believe there is a perceived threat to those in the area.

The Ontario Provincial Police in conjunction with the UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service had used the province's emergency alert to issue a 'shelter in place' order for residents in M'Chigeeng, particularly those along Highway 551. May 9/21 (Ian Campbell/CTV News Northern Ontario)

More Jerusalem clashes on eve of contentious Israeli parade

Israeli police faced off with Palestinian protesters Sunday in another night of clashes in east Jerusalem, a day before Israeli nationalists planned to parade through the Old City in an annual flag-waving display meant to cement Israeli claims to the contested area.

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For a view of a COVID-19 future, Canadians should look across the pond

Britain, like Canada, is one of the only countries in the world to delay second doses for several months, so that more people can get protected from at least one dose faster. Now, after half the British population has had a single vaccine dose, new cases, hospitalizations and deaths are all down significantly.