MOH Answers Questions About Vaccines & Scheduling

MOH Answers Questions About Vaccines & Scheduling

No AstraZeneca vaccine has been administered in Northumberland Steady supply of Moderna and Pfizer vaccines expected during April & May  Article by Valerie MacDonald It’s a changing vaccination world out there. There have been opposing directions over the past...
Vaccination Clinics for 80 and Older Now Booking

Vaccination Clinics for 80 and Older Now Booking

Clinic opening at the Cobourg Community Centre Appointments begin March 16 Vaccinations will begin next week for those Northumberland County residents who were born in 1941 or earlier and who currently have a primary health care provider. Thanks to a collaboration...
Alone & Isolated a Senior Looks for Answers

Alone & Isolated a Senior Looks for Answers

“I am over eighty and live alone. If I ever get the vaccine is doubtful since I am not in a longterm care home…” Article by Sue Dickens, Trent Hills Now editor “Those of us who are over eighty and living alone seem to have been moved to phase two now.”...
Health Unit Responds to Questions

Health Unit Responds to Questions

Health Unit’s COVID protocols outlined Article by Sue Dickens, Trent Hills Now editor Trent Hills Now presented questions to the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit that had been asked by a Northumberland senior who is over 80 and lives alone....
Vaccination Progress in Northumberland

Vaccination Progress in Northumberland

HKPRhealthunit & Dr. Ian Gemmill Medical Officer of Health & MPP David Piccini comment There are approximately 180,000 people to be immunized by the health unit in its region which covers not only Northumberland County but Haliburton and Lindsay. Article by...