A second-hand store in Winnipeg that has been forced to close because of the outbreak of the coronavirus is offering customers free flu shots.
The store, called the Goodwill Store, was opened in February 2018.
It’s one of more than 100 second-hands across Canada that have been closed due to the virus outbreak.
It was reopened on Thursday after being closed for two weeks.
The flu vaccine is available in two doses at Goodwill stores, but only if customers have purchased two doses of a vaccine.
The store also sells a variety of flu and pneumonia products.
The city has issued two more flu advisories for Winnipeg.
They will take effect from Sept. 9 and continue until Oct. 19.
If you live in the area and have a cold or flu symptoms, call 911.
If you’re in the market for new shoes, apparel, electronics, gadgets and more, you may be able to save a little cash at a Best Buy, but you may need to shop online first.
This article originally appeared on TalkSport and was republished with permission.
The Trump administration is taking a harder line on foreign policy than the previous administration, and it’s pushing back against some of the more outlandish statements made by President Trump in recent weeks.
While the administration has been quick to condemn foreign governments and governments it considers “rogue regimes,” a lot of Trump’s recent statements have been far more expansive.
Here’s a look at the most controversial statements by Trump and what the administration is doing about it.1.
China: China is a rogue regime, and we need China to stop interfering in our affairs, a statement made by U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Tuesday.
Haley claimed that China’s actions were undermining U.N. peacekeeping efforts and international security, and she warned that the U.K. and other allies would be forced to defend themselves if they didn’t act.
The U.s. also said that the United States has “serious concerns” about the “continued Chinese meddling in our bilateral relationship.”2.
Russia: The Trump White House has taken a softer line on Russia than previous administrations.
While Russia has continued to meddle in the U