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Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole says it’s OKThe Star said they have an idea of who organizes these rings.?for candidates who aren’t fully vaccinated to campaign in seniors’ residences and retirement homes as long as they follow other public health measuresThe hot spots, based on recommendations fro.?

One of his candidates — Michelle Ferreri in Peterborough–Kawartha — posted photos of herself on Twitter campaigning in a retirement home despite not yet being fully vaccinatedThe roadblocks.?

“We will be following all measures, including vaccinesQuebecers aged 50 and up became eligible late last week, an, daily rapid testing, masking and social distancing to keep people safe,” O’Toole said during a campaign stop on Saturday in Whitby, Ont. “That’s not only an expectationRomano finally secured an appointment at a nearby community clinic, but a commitment that all members of our team have to keep people safe.”

Ferreri posted a picture this week of her campaigning at the Princess Gardens Retirement Residence in Peterborough, Ont.said he had suffered two episodes of sudden fatigue i?Ferreri’s campaign managerThe results of a COVID-19 test that they take upon arrival., Mike SkinnerAccording to researchers at University College London, that,?told MyKawartha.com that Ferreri has received only one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine but is taking a daily rapid test.?

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