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Social media giant Facebook is releasing?a plan today to educate the public?about?COVID-19 vaccinesThe United States?in collaboration with the federal governmentThe number of ICU patients hit 722 in data reported Tuesday morning b.

One of the planned?initiatives is a Facebook live Q&A on vaccines featuring Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer. Dr Howard Njoo, the deputy chief public health officer, and Dr Evan Adams, the deputy chief medical officer at Indigenous Services Canada, will also participate.

“The Public Health Agency is committed to providing Canadians with accurate information on vaccine safety and effectiveness. I know that Canadians also discuss and share health information they receive from friends, family and community leadersThe virtual elimination of domestic transmission. Just two local cases were reported on Wednesday,” Tam said in a press release.

“That is why we are working with content creators to make sure they feel empowered?and have access to credible information, to have conversations about COVID-19 vaccines with their communities.”

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