Thursday 28 January 2021

Why there's confusion over the number of Canada's vaccine doses

CBC News shows that Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the confusion over the number of vaccine doses expected to arrive before the end of March is down to an inconsistent flow of information coming from the federal government.

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  1. It seems that there will be some speeding up of deliveries of vaccines for Canada.

    Deliveries of COVID-19 vaccine doses to Canada set to more than quadruple next week - February 11, 2021 -

    A month-long slowdown in Canada's COVID-19 vaccine deliveries should end next week, with the single biggest shipment of vaccines from Pfizer and BioNTech to date and almost two million doses expected in the next month.

    "We're approaching something we're calling the big lift," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday in a virtual roundtable with nurses and doctors from around Canada.

    Trudeau acknowledged the struggle with deliveries, and how frustrating it has been for Canada, but he said things will get better in the weeks ahead, and even better than that in April, when Canada is expecting as many as one million doses a week.