Province announces mandatory vaccination policies, third doses for vulnerable populations

High-risk settings will need to enforce mandatory vaccination policies, and third doses of COVID-19 vaccines will be made available for those at the highest risk due to the virus, according to the Province of Ontario. The announcement, made by Kingston’s own Dr. Kieran Moore, Chief Medical Officer of Health for

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Queen’s staggers arrival of 2000 students to residence this week

Activity in downtown Kingston typically ramps up in the first week of September as post-secondary students arrive for their fall term. This year, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Queen’s University is coordinating a different approach to intake approximately 2000 students to on-campus residence. “This class of 2024 is a

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Air Canada’s Kingston flights delayed until September 2020

Despite an earlier announcement that Air Canada flights would resume in Kingston in June of 2020, the date for the company’s return-to-service has now been pushed back to September. “We are scheduled to resume flights to Kingston September 8,” Peter Fitzpatrick, a Communications Officer with Air Canada said in an

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