Medical Myth Busting with Dr. Barry Dworkin "Aaron Rodgers claiming he had a broken toe, or was it really Covid-toe?"

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Aaron Rodgers claiming he had a broken toe, or was it really Covid-toe? Find out all the facts on Medical Myth Busting with Dr. Barry Dworkin. The head of Ontario's COVID-19 Science Advisory Table is not optimistic that vaccine certificate mandates will begin to go away early in the new year. When the provincial government announced its roadmap for gradually reopening the province through the fall and into the spring of 2022, it said proof of vaccination requirements for places like restaurants, sports facilities and casinos could begin to be gradually lifted around Jan. 17. The government said this would be based on pandemic trends at the time, following Christmas and the return to classrooms. However, Dr. Peter Jüni, the scientific director of the COVID-19 Science Advisory Table, told Newstalk 580 CFRA's "Ottawa Now with Kristy Cameron" that he does not believe that will realistically be the case.  Medical Myth Busting with Dr. Barry Dworkin on The Morning Rush with Bill Carroll every weekday at 6:50 am on News Talk 580 CFRA.