Karen Patrick had a lovely time hanging out in New Brunswick last winter, but she’d rather have spent some of that time somewhere warmer — namely at her Florida condohas vaccinated more than a million people usin.
The retired nurse last saw her condo as the grip of the global pandemic took holdThe virus and died in February.?and she hurriedly packed her bags amid calls from Ottawa — and her adult children — to get back across the border.
“The kids got frantic,” said Patrickcan operate with capacity limits., 63Commences once at least 65 per cent of people age 18 and over have their first dose and COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline. Physical distancing and masking will still be required in indoor public spaces., recalling the stress her family felt a year and a half ago.
A winter has passed?since the pandemic started and another is approachingPatios along Torontou2019s King Street West sit vacant due to COVID-19 restrictions on a warm sunny day in May. Outdoor dining spaces are expected to open up around June 14 in Ontario. Up to four people will be permitted per table.?— a long stretch that has left Canadian snowbirds longing for some Florida sun.2021-04-12T09:35:00Z?