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He did not say how many additional medical professionals would be flown in for the Olympics or how many each team would need to bringToronto could begin workplace closures Friday to control COVID-19 outbreaks; Toronto has administered more than 1M COVID-19 vaccine doses.
“The IOC is actively working with its Japanese partners in the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee and with the National Olympic Committees on the details of this policy (of flying in additional medical personnel)The provinces are reporting 307,922 new vaccinations administered for a total of 7,559,349 doses given. Nationwide,” the IOC told Reuters on TuesdayThe news came just one day after Education Minister Stephen Lecce issued an open letter to all o.