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— More than half a million women and girls across the country have received assistance in recent months from public health agencies, and about 200,000 more are on the move to help those in desperate need, according to a new report.

The Canadian Association of Public Health Nurses (CAPHN) says that number has increased since the start of the pandemic.

“The pandemic has been a tremendous boon for women,” said CAPHN Executive Director Michelle Kohn.

“We have seen a dramatic increase in referrals to public health.”

In Ontario, the province’s Public Health Agency says that more than 1.4 million women in need are now receiving help from the province.

But that number is expected to grow in coming months as more cases are diagnosed.

“We are seeing a rise in the number of women needing assistance, and we expect that to continue to rise,” said Dr. Lisa Fraser.

“There is a real sense of urgency in terms of the public health challenges facing women and children.”

The number of new cases being reported to health authorities in Ontario has nearly doubled from a year ago.

The province’s chief health officer says the pandemics’ impact is already felt.

“This is a pandemic that we have been preparing for for many years,” said Melissa Saffo.

“It’s something that has been brewing for a number of years.”

Saffo is one of the country’s top public health experts, and she says that in recent years, the public has become more aware of how pandemic diseases are spreading.

“I think it’s important to remember that this is a worldwide pandemic, and it’s happening in Canada and around the world,” she said.

In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported that the number and severity of pandemic-related hospitalizations has increased dramatically, and many states have seen an increase in cases of the H1N1 coronavirus.

“Our state health departments have seen increases in the hospitalizations and deaths that we’ve seen,” said CDC Director Dr. David Nabarro.

“What we are seeing now is the first signs of this evolving pandemic.”

Dr. Barbara Hargrove is a board certified general practitioner and senior medical director of the Canadian Nurses Association.

Her organization is working to help pregnant women in desperate situations, including pregnant women or women who have had a miscarriage or have had labor complications, and is also helping women who are being held hostage by an abusive partner.

“It’s not uncommon for women to be put into situations where they have to leave their homes because they cannot provide the services that they need,” she told CBC News.

Hargroves said that she often sees pregnant women and their babies being held at the edge of their homes.

“They are very anxious and they are very traumatized,” she explained.

“They have to go to a safe location to avoid any more situations where their babies are being hurt.”

The organization is calling on the public to be patient while these cases are dealt with.

“Women are at a higher risk for experiencing domestic violence,” said Hargrosve.

In the U.S., the CDC has reported a surge in cases related to the H2N2 coronaviral disease, which has also caused an increase of hospitalizations.”

This is not just an issue for pregnant women.”

In the U.S., the CDC has reported a surge in cases related to the H2N2 coronaviral disease, which has also caused an increase of hospitalizations.

The U.K. also reported a spike in cases after the H5N1 pandemic began, and the country has seen a surge of cases related, including the pandemia.

Dr. Julie Black is an obstetrician and gynecologist and the author of “The Secret Lives of the Women Who Need It Most.”

She says that the increased number of cases are often a symptom of the increased stress in the U, particularly in the wake of the election.

“What we’ve been seeing is that the pressures are much higher, and there’s a greater likelihood of people being left with less space and less time to recover and recover from,” she says.

“The public are very sensitive to any increase in numbers, especially after this election.”

Black says it’s crucial for pregnant and women who might be in crisis to be aware of their options for help.

“For example, if a pregnant woman needs a hysterectomy, you should call your health care provider and ask them to do it for you.

If she needs a pelvic exam, you may want to call a local health clinic,” she explains.

“If you’re in a crisis situation, you need to know where to turn