CBC News: The National | Vaccine mandate roadblocks, Booster shots, Kidnapped girl alive

CBC News: The National | Vaccine mandate roadblocks, Booster shots, Kidnapped girl alive

Nov. 3, 2021 | COVID-19 vaccine mandates for health-care workers hit a roadblock after Quebec reverses course. Ontario reveals its plan to roll out booster shots to everyone by the new year, but are they needed. Plus, a kidnapped Australian girl is found alive two weeks later.

00:00 The National for Nov. 3, 2021
01:04 Vaccine mandates for health-care workers
01:43 Quebec drops vaccine mandate for health workers
04:38 Ontario expand COVID-19 booster rollout
07:15 Sidney Crosby tests positive for COVID-19
09:24 Aaron Rodgers tests positive for COVID-19
09:43 What we know about COVID-19 brain fog
11:58 New Brunswick brain illness
15:09 N.L. health-care system cyberattack
17:27 Teen sues Edmonton police after brain injury
19:46 Brad Aldrichs’s name covered on Stanely Cup
20:51 COP26: Mark Carney leads green financial shift
23:30 Biden reacts to Virginia governor results
23:57 Ethiopia’s Tigray conflict

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