Canada and World Full Headlines for December 25

Published on December 26, 2020 by

In our top story: All was not calm in Nashville, Tenn. on Christmas morning after an explosion shook the city’s downtown. Three people were taken to hospital, though are said to be in stable condition. As Chris Pollone reports, police believe this blast was no accident. Two new COVID-19 vaccines were recently approved by Health Canada and are being rolled out across Canada. But tonight there are questions about whether women who are pregnant — or trying — should be vaccinated. The national committee that is advising the government on immunization has provided some guidance on this issue. Abigail Bimman is looking into what other countries are doing. The streets were eerily quiet across the United Kingdom on Friday as families celebrated Christmas apart, separated by strict measures to prevent a surge of COVID-19. The Queen acknowledged the incredible sacrifices in her annual Christmas Day speech. Crystal Goomansingh reports. This year has been like no other in recent memory and this Christmas has been no exception. Whether it’s those just celebrating the holidays or the many Christians celebrating the birth of Jesus, pandemic precautions had to be observed across festivities around the world. Sean O’Shea reports on how they managed.

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