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The Prime Minister says this can be a 'one-shot' summer - meaning that anyone who is eligible will be able to get their first dose of a COVID vaccine before summer begins. What protection will that one shot provide? We ask Eric Arts a professor of microbiology and immunology at Western University in London; The provincial government is touting that more than half of Ontario adults have gotten their first dose of a COVID vaccine. So what are the implications for the stay-at-home order and the prospect of kids getting back to class? We find out more from our Queen's Park reporter, Mike Crawley; Dr. Rosana Salvaterra the Medical Officer of Health for Peterborough Public Health explains how three local residents died from COVID-19 after being vaccinated; Tania Little of Food Banks Canada outlines what the role of food banks during the pandemic; Family doctor Peter Lin discusses at-home covid tests; Dr. Charles Gardner, the Medical Officer of Health for the Simcoe Muskoka Health Unit explains why he is in favour of extending the stay-at-home order; If you've been dreaming about masks or prisons during the pandemic, you are not alone. We have a conversation about COVID dreams with Joshua Black the host of the Grief Dreams podcast.