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IPAC News for the week of May 17 to May 21, 2021May252021

Effects of Infection Control Education for Nursing Students Using Standardized Patients vs. Peer Role-Play. Journal 


Compliance with Infection Prevention and Control Practice among Prospective Graduates of Nursing School in South Korea. Journal 


Ontario opening COVID-19 vaccine appointments to those 18+ starting Tuesday. News


Dr. Brent Roussin to give COVID-19 update as Manitoba becomes pandemic hot spot. News


Joy for U.K. pubs and hugs tempered by rise in COVID-19 variant. News     


COVID-19 outbreak among NY Yankees shows vaccine isn’t a ‘force field,’ doctor says. News


Calgary mayoral candidate, pastor both released after alleged COVID-19 violations. News


Winnipeg clothing company offers employees cash bonus to get vaccinated. News


EU agrees to open doors to vaccinated foreigners. News  


‘Welcome news:’ Peel Region to open vaccinations to children as young as 12. News 


Delta Fredericton ‘outbreak’ fuelled by B1617 variant, may be spreading by surface contact. News


Nova Scotia opens COVID-19 vaccines to people ages 25-29. News


Canada to study mixing-and-matching of COVID-19 vaccines. News   


Ontario to announce plan for how to use remaining AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. News


Canada has ordered more than 400 million COVID-19 vaccine shots: Here’s the progress report. News


The COVID-19 Pandemic May Be the Hardest Mountain Nepal’s Sherpas Have Ever Had to Climb. News   

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