Sunday, 4 April 2021

3 months in, Canada’s vaccine rollout is a mixed bag


CBC News: The National shows that more than 3 months after Canada's vaccine rollout began it's still very much a mixed bag. Vaccination rates are picking up, but not nearly as fast as Canadians would like. Some regions are doing better than others, while conflicting news about the AstraZeneca vaccine continues to confuse citizens and health officials alike.

The COVID-19 vaccination programme in Canada is certainly an ongoing, intergovernmental effort coordinated between the bodies responsible in the Government of Canada to acquire and distribute vaccines to individual Provincial and Territorial governments who in turn administer approved COVID-19 vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada. Some provinces have asked local Municipal governments and hospital systems to aid in part, or in full with the time-consuming important vaccination rollout.

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