All we can do is prepare.”The Agriplex clinic which is vaccinating long term care workers and select hospital staff in London and Middlesex, Elgin, Oxford, Huron and Perth counties is aiming to administer 400 to 500 doses a day. The site has about 7,500 second doses to administer at this point, the hospital said in a statement Tuesday.”We are ready to expand our capacity as soon as vaccine supply allows, but we do not have a set timeline for when first doses can be scheduled as that decision will come from the Ministry of Health,” LHSC said in a statement.The Pfizer BioNTech shots administered in the London area are to be given 21 to 28 days apart, though provincial health officials have extended the timeline to up to 42 days if vaccine supply is unavailable. The London area health unit is confident it will be able to stick to the 21 day timeline for long term care residents.Residents of the Oneida Long term Care Home were the first to receive their first dose of the Pfizer BioNTech shot, on Jan.
“New York State recently passed the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act establishing programs, obligations, and targets to meet zero emissions by 2050,” said Legislator Catherine Parker, chief sponsor of the resolution and chairwoman of the board’s oversight committee. She said building a new Danskammer is the wrong thing to do. “Expanding the Danskammer plant to a full time fossil fuel facility is exactly the wrong thing to do if we’re serious about a clean, sustainable future, and about meeting those goals.”.
Highlights: In a separate update, I will share a summary of the Plan Commission’s response last Monday to Marquette neighbors, MNA, and my request to change the Future Land Use maps for the Imagine Madison comp plan update. Overall the Plan Commission agreed the majority of the neighorhood’s proposed changes. Congrats to all for your work! The fate of Confederate Monuments in Forest Hill Cemetery will be at Landmarks on Monday.
Peter is currently Spanish Section Coordinator having come to Bath in 2000 to help introduce and establish Spanish and Latin American studies at the university. From very modest beginnings, the Spanish Section now has seven members of staff and teaches Spanish and Latin American studies to over 300 students, on degree programmes including International Management and Modern Languages, Modern Languages and European Studies and Language and Politics. It was recently placed sixth in the 2008 Times League tables for Iberian Studies..