The mother of an HMP inmate in St. John's worries he'll be next to die, epidemiologist explains why colds and non-Covid viruses are back, Privacy Commissioner discusses the new vaccine passport, and "Guardian Angels" program salutes health care workers


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(Starts at 1:10 mark) Gregory Pike, an inmate at Her Majesty's Penitentiary in St. John's, died by by suicide late last month. Now the mother of a current inmate worries it could be HER son next. (10:03) An epidemiologist tells why the common cold and non-COVID viruses that took a back seat to the pandemic last year are re-appearing. (17:57) As NL's new vaccine passport app goes online, the province's Information and Privacy Commissioner talks about whether you should be concerned about what happens to your private medical info, and (27:21) The Central Northeast Health Foundation has launched its Guardian Angel Program, to let you thank a local health care worker.

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