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09/16
2020

The return to school will be spread out over three days CBC News · Posted: Sep 15, 2020 7:38 AM ET | Last Updated: 2 hours ago   Alexander Partosa walks his daughter, Antoinette Partosa, 9, to her first day of Grade 4 at Portage Trail Community School. On Tuesday, TDSB elementary schools will have their distancing measures and pandemic planning put to the test as the first wave of students return. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)   comments Principal Aldo Petrucci has butterflies in his stomach every year at back to school time — but this year, he says, they're "a little more active."  The area in front of Petrucci's school, Hunter's Glen Junior Public School in Scarborough, was carefully arranged this morning for the return of students.  Health minister calls Ontario's 313 new COVID-19 cases a 'disturbing and significant' increase Pylons designated where students should line up, with markings showing six-foot distances between them.  "We also have markings throughout our building, and ample signage for entry and exit and hallway traffic," he told Metro Morning host Ismaila Alfa Tuesday. The preparation carried out by schools will be tested today for the first time, as the Toronto District School Board begins welcoming students back to elementary schools for the first time since March.    Blue circles painted on the pavement at Portage Trail Community School are meant to help keep students adequately distanced as they head to their classrooms. (Evan Mitsui/CBC) Petrucci says he's nervous, but more than anything, excited. "We missed them so much, whether its in school or in virtual land," he said. "We want them back and we want them learning."  At Portage Trail Community School in North York, there was a similar sense of anticipation from principal Marcus Peron.  "We're optimistic. We know our students are resilient," he said. "We're excited to get the day started."  Students head back in stages Canada's largest school board is using a staggered reopening plan, which will see different grades come back to school over three days, with specifics varying by school. Lindsay Matheson's daughter will start senior kindergarten today, while her two older kids will wait until later in the week to go back.    Heading to school with style: Miriam Murphy walks her daughter, Nancy Murphy, 5, to her first day senior kindergarten at Portage Trail. (Evan Mitsui/CBC) At 8:20 a.m., just before heading out the door, her daughter was "still a bit apprehensive," Matheson told Alfa on Metro Morning. "She's wearing her mask, she says she still doesn't want to go to school." The jitters, Matheson explained, are less pandemic-related and more focused on the new separation.  "I think there's going to be some tears, possibly on both ends. She's been with me basically 24/7 since March," she said.  Other students, like Portage Trail's Xavier Blake, expressed some frustration about the new reality awaiting him in his Grade 8 class.  "I don't like the vibe," he told CBC Toronto. It's just wearing a mask... I can barely breathe. I have to wear it all day...it's too much."  Final day to switch to online learning The board says the drawn-out reopening plan is designed to help children get used to the new safety protocols in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. Intensive support programs will begin at all Toronto public schools today, including high schools. Today is also the last day for parents to decide to register for online learning, says TDSB interim director of education Carlene Jackson. "They have up until the end of the day to make that final determination," Jackson said, explaining that in general, about 70 per cent of TDSB elementary school students would be returning in person. Those numbers can vary from school to school, Jackson said, and with parents still making up their minds, the board has warned that some classrooms will exceed class size caps — at least at first.  Class-size caps likely to be exceeded at some elementary schools, TDSB says "There could be some classes that have at this point, maybe 32 kids in a class. We will be looking at those classes very closely," she said. "We will be adding additional teachers where necessary."  The board also announced Monday that it was pushing back the start of e-learning courses for all students until next Tuesday, citing a massive spike in enrolment numbers. There have already been some confirmed cases of COVID-19 in neighbouring school boards, including in Peel, Durham and Halton. With files from The Canadian Press and Metro Morning CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices|About CBC News Report Typo or Error

09/16
2020

Stable hospitalization, ICU rates could change in next few weeks due to reporting delays Olivia Bowden · CBC News · Posted: Sep 15, 2020 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 11 hours ago   Hospitalizations of people with COVID-19 remain steady across Canada, despite an uptick in cases. Expect that to change if infections continue to climb, say infectious diseases specialists. (Craig Chivers/CBC ) An uptick in COVID-19 cases across the country in the last 10 days has prompted many public health officials to remind Canadians to be on high alert and follow set guidelines to limit the spread.  But the relatively stable hospitalization data should not provide too much comfort, as ICU units may begin to fill if cases continue to increase, infectious diseases experts told CBC News.  As well, blame placed on younger people, who are apparently driving new infections, may be misplaced as some may be exposed to infections due to factors such as a precarious work environment, rather than being irresponsible, they said.  Currently, new cases across Canada mostly represent those under the age of 40. Yesterday, Ontario reported 313 new cases, with 67 per cent falling within that demographic. British Columbia has similarly reported increases tied to outbreaks affecting younger people as well.  Lower hospitalization rates support data that indicates a younger age group bearing the brunt of new infections, said Ashleigh Tuite, an epidemiologist at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health. Trudeau urges Canadians to be vigilant as COVID-19 cases climb Why the acceleration in new COVID-19 cases in Canada is concerning "We know that younger people are less likely to be sick enough to require hospitalizations. And right now, a lot of cases are happening in younger people, so that's part of it," she said.  WATCH | Upward trend in COVID-19 cases 'worrisome,' expert says: Watch Dr. Isaac Bogoch calls the upward trend in COVID-19 cases 'worrisome' 1 day ago   0:36       'I was really expecting to see more of a rise like this in October but it's real and it's happening now,' said Dr. Isaac Bogoch, an infectious disease specialist. 0:36 Cases of the coronavirus have begun to surge in Canada over the last 10 days, as daily new infections for the entire country are now at around 618, compared to about 390 cases a day this time last month.  When it comes to hospitalizations, in September, there have been less than 300 people in hospital across Canada due to COVID-19. The hospitalizations peaked in the second half of April when there were well over 2,000 people in hospital.   CBC (CBC) Although younger people are less likely to be hospitalized, it doesn't mean that it's impossible, said Tuite. Out of over 11,000 hospitalizations that the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has data for, more than 1,000 in hospital were under the age of 39. As a spike in cases is only becoming apparent in the last week or so, and it takes time for someone to show symptoms of COVID-19 — increased hospitalizations of younger people may become more visible if new infections within this demographic continue in the coming weeks, she said.  "We saw something similar in the spring where we started to see an increase in cases and then in a week or two, we started seeing an increase in hospitalizations and then increases in ICU occupancy and then mortality," she said.  Resurgence of COVID-19 in Ontario ups pressure on Doug Ford government She said COVID-19 will not stay within a specific age group and will eventually migrate to older people, particularly with schools opening.  "Even though we see cases at this point predominantly concentrated in younger age groups, we can anticipate just by the way we interact.… Young people do interact with older people, so we do expect to start seeing cases in older people as well," she said.  Tuite said it may take time for hospitalization data to be reflected in official public health records, which is why it's important to watch for a rise in hospitalizations, as it would be an indication to reimpose lockdown restrictions.  "The challenge is you want to respond quickly if you start seeing increases in hospitalizations, because you don't want to be back at the point where we were in March," she said. Long-term care homes more prepared While it's encouraging that Canada isn't yet seeing the level of hospitalizations that was occurring in the spring, evidence from other countries shows that that could change quickly, said Dr. Lynora Saxinger, an infectious diseases specialist and associate professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. "I would point to someplace like Florida … where they had fairly sustained higher transmission in younger age groups, and then it started to spill over into more vulnerable populations in six to eight weeks," she said.  WATCH | New COVID-19 cases surge in Canada: Watch New COVID-19 cases surge in Canada 19 hours ago   8:56       Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Canadians to be vigilant in following public health guidelines as COVID-19 cases climb across the country. Ontario Premier Doug Ford warned that a second wave is coming and further shutdowns are possible. 8:56 As Canadians head into colder months, one important difference between now and what occurred in March and April is that long-term care homes may be more prepared for a possible increase in COVID-19 cases, said Saxinger. That could also contribute to lower hospitalization rates.  The majority of deaths due to coronavirus in Canada have been within long-term care homes, at over 7,000, according to the National Institute on Aging. "I'm hoping that lessons have been learned, that we really have to be attentive to who's working and who's going between places.… It might keep the most vulnerable population safer," she said. Don't judge However, placing blame on younger people and assuming they are driving new infections due to ignoring public health guidelines is a mistake, Saxinger said. "One thing worth being mindful of is not judging the reasons why that may be occurring. A lot of people have jobs they can't do at home — lower paid jobs."   Canadians should be questioning whether younger people have access to the proper support and information to keep themselves and others safe, she said. Lockdown fatigue, sense of 'invincibility' causing more COVID-19 infections in young people, scientists say COVID-19 cases in Toronto continue to shift to younger age groups, mayor says Targeting those groups and determining why COVID-19 is spreading will help keep the disease from reaching more vulnerable populations, and that could include more access to sick days, Saxinger said  "We have to make sure people aren't being disadvantaged … and that supports are given for people in service and essential industries."  CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices|About CBC News Report Typo or Error

09/16
2020

PBG BioPharma 加拿大极地熊基因药业宣布正式完成制造和研究实验室 加中大健康院 加中大健康院订阅号 今天   2020年09月15日     PBG BioPharma announces the Official Completion of their Manufacturing and Research Laboratories   PBG BioPharma 加拿大极地熊基因药业 宣布正式完成制造和研究实验室     LEDUC, AB, Sept. 4, 2020 /CNW/   PBG BioPharma Inc. 加拿大极地熊基因药业是一家生命科学公司,致力于成为一家世界领先的基于科学实证的天然健康产品研究,开发和制造企业。在大流行间政府支助资金研发新冠疫苗佐剂。   通过现代科学方法加以验证改进,利用我们专有GenBioChem™指纹技术平台创新技术,制造高质量靶向性天然健康产品,增进人们健康福祉。于 2020 年 9 月 8 日完成建造其 25,000 平方英尺的研究和制造设施。设施内包括了配有通过GMP认证的天然保健产品开发和制造工厂,并且拥有大麻加工许可的C1D2制造工厂以及一套世界一流的GMP和ISO 17025,并且获得大麻分析和研究许可证的经认可的研究和分析实验室。     制造和研究/分析实验室将被用作创新和制造中心在加拿大进行专有的提取,分离,配制,研究和测试药草以及用于健康和保健的大麻产品。   创始人:单婕博士   简短介绍: 加拿大极地熊基因药业公司总裁、 首席执行官和首席科学家。       单婕博士在采访中提到 : “ 这些联合设施将作为创新中心,促进我们对经过科学验证的天然保健产品和药用大麻的研究和开发,也为希望制造和开发自己可靠的天然保健产品和药用大麻产品的企业提供了急需的资源。”并且“我为团队在COVID 大流行期间仅用8个月的时间内完成如此艰巨的任务感到自豪。如果没有整个PBG团队和建筑师,工程和建筑团队出色执行,我们就不可能做到这一点。”     近日收到卫生部批准的大麻研究执照(Research license),可以在实验室做大麻研究和测试工作。       药业已经与阿尔伯塔大学医学院开始针对大麻在癌症痛和神经痛症方面的二期临床实验     新闻报道       PBG BioPharma Inc. 简介 ENTERPRISE PROFILE   加拿大极地熊基因药业 (PBG BioPharma) 于2018年在加拿大埃德蒙顿市成立,是一家垂直整合产业链的加拿大生物制药公司,总部位于阿尔伯塔省,在安大略省多伦多和BC省建有销售和物流中心。极地熊基因药业由华裔生命科学家和著名药理专家单婕博士(Jacqueline Shan)领军。运用专有的GenBioChem®三重指纹技术目标是成为精准天然药物和其他天然健康产品开发和生产的世界领导者。   极地熊基因药业支助的加中大健康院与加拿大最著名认知诊所(Toronto Memory Program)进行阿尔黙海茨症(老年痴呆症)基因靶点的筛选,并在国家科研资金支持下研发出精准的靶向干预药物,减少和缓解该症状的发生。   公司的天然保健品牌包括AllergyRf®,GenBioChem®Immunity、GenBioChem®Memory,在国内和国际上的多平台渠道进行销售,包括安大略省的药店Chi 健康药房。       加拿大三级政府贺信