Nunavut's chief public health officer Dr. Michael Patterson says the passenger was retested twice and both results came back negative.
The association's analysis of more than 65,000 recent online posts in Ontario shows that conspiracy theories about the origin of the novel coronavirus and fears that vaccines are unsafe and untested run particularly rampant among people under age 35. Allen, a lead investigator of a study on the impact of COVID-19 on Black Canadians, said data in the United States shows only about one-third of Black Americans expressed confidence in taking the vaccine, and he says similar numbers are emerging in Canada.
But even if that point is understood, many officials in Europe said they were disappointed by what they saw as a lack of smooth communication.
As of Tuesday evening, 9,691 doses of the vaccine were administered and 209,788 doses have been administered overall.
"This vaccine is the difference between life and death for our most vulnerable", said Ford.
In a news release, the department says there have been 89 COVID-19 cases, including 15 deaths, in long-term care homes in Indigenous communities on-reserve.
For individuals who received the Moderna vaccine, the dose schedule of 28 days will remain.
The key is to avoid lifting restrictions in a way that allows transmission to resume while so few people have been vaccinated, she said.
Patterson says the person is now in isolation at Iqaluit's Qikiqtani General Hospital and is asymptomatic.
Six more deaths were recorded in Ottawa, with 415 deaths now attributed to coronavirus in the city.
Health officials reported that 1,533 people are now in hospital due to the disease.
There are 897 new cases of the virus in Toronto reported, including the additional 102 infections.
The Province of Ontario has confirmed 1,913 new cases of COVID-19 this morning, bringing the total number of cases in the Province to 242,277.
Over 54,300 tests were completed over the last day.
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