Even as the daily case count hit double digits Wednesday, Newfoundland and Labrador has forged ahead with a reopening plan that will see travel and recreational activities gradually open up over the summer, and even put an end to the requirement of self-isolation.
The transition to the three-step plan begins with a transition period from June 15 to July 1, when the province expects 75 per cent of eligible residents will have at least one shot of vaccine that has been given at least two weeks to kick in.
“This all relies heavily on people getting vaccinated — here at home:1622669610133,, and those coming to our provinceBennett wrote.,” Premier Andrew Furey said Wednesday during a lunchtime live video briefing.
“Like everything during this pandemic, it’s fluid and dynamic. If there are any concerns, or any potential problems with variants or clusters popping upThe only provinces in Canada to reopen schools, we will absolutely consider changesHowever, a group that represents front-line RCMP officers has pushed back agains, as we have shown we can do in the past.”