Vaccines offer ray of hope to Que. long-term care

2022-04-05
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TORONTO —
As vaccine programs expand across the countryThe risk of having to pull them back in a few weeks time whe, those 80 and up are making up an increasingly smaller percentage of new cases — welcome news in a Quebec long-term care unit for veteranss Rhythm Sachdeva.

Within the walls of Ste-Anne’s hospital, fighting COVID-19 is more than a mission, it’s a duty to protect those who once fought to protect us.

Shots of the vaccine have now given that mission a boost, bringing some relief and hope to the unit’s roughly 100 residents.

Among them is 89-year-old Stuart Vary, who served in Korea.

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