Canada hits COVID-19 vaccine milestone as 75% receive one dose, 20% fully vaccinated

Over Seventy-five per cent of eligible Canadians have now received at least one jab of an approved COVID-19 vaccine while more than 20 per cent have been fully vaccinated.According to … Read More

Canada ‘on track’ to shorten 16-week interval between COVID-19 vaccine doses, Njoo says

Canadians can potentially receive their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine sooner than expected as millions more doses continue to be delivered across the country, according to deputy chief public … Read More

Will you need a yearly COVID-19 booster shot? Some scientists aren’t so sure

COVID-19 vaccine developers are making ever bolder assertions that the world will need yearly booster shots, or new vaccines to tackle concerning coronavirus variants, but some scientists question when, or … Read More

Rates of ICU admission, hospitalization from COVID-19 surging across Canada: Tam

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted April 24, 2021 4:01 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Canada’s Chief Public Health officer … Read More

300K Johnson & Johnson vaccines to arrive in Canada last week of April

Canada is expecting 300,000 doses of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine during the last week of April, Public Services and Procurement Canada Minister Anita Anand said during a … Read More

300K Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines to arrive in Canada last week of April

Canada is expecting 300,000 doses of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine during the last week of April, Public Services and Procurement Canada Minister Anita Anand said during a … Read More

Canada getting 1.5M additional Pfizer vaccine doses in March

Canada is set to receive 1.5 million additional doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine this month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced during a press conference Friday. Pfizer will be delivering … Read More

Canada getting 1.5M additional Pfizer vaccines doses in March

Canada is set to receive 1.5 million additional doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine this month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced during a press conference Friday. Pfizer will be delivering … Read More

Canadians are angry about vaccine delays. It’s hurting Trudeau’s poll numbers: Ipsos

Canadians are angry about delays in the coronavirus vaccine rollout – and it’s starting to hurt the Liberals in the polls, according to fresh figures from Ipsos. Read more: Majority … Read More

Feds unveil new rollout schedule following fresh coronavirus vaccine deals

Less than a week after announcing new deals for additional doses of approved coronavirus vaccines, the federal government has unveiled its new expected vaccination timeline — which includes millions of … Read More

Feds unveil accelerated rollout schedule following fresh coronavirus vaccine deals

Less than a week after announcing new deals for additional doses of approved coronavirus vaccines, the federal government has unveiled its new expected vaccination timeline — which includes millions of … Read More

Canada working ‘very, very closely’ with U.S. to fight coronavirus: Trudeau

Canada is working closely with the new U.S. administration to fight the coronavirus and will succeed in inoculating its population despite “momentary disruptions” in the supply of COVID-19 vaccines, Prime Minister … Read More

How can we get more vaccines faster? Experts say ‘it’s just not that easy’

With demand for COVID-19 vaccines outpacing the world’s supplies, a frustrated public and policymakers want to know: How can we get more? A lot more. Right away. The problem: “It’s … Read More

Even with new COVID-19 vaccine approvals, rollout won’t increase before April

Even with two new COVID-19 vaccines under regulatory scrutiny, Canada’s vaccine supply is unlikely to increase before April. The country’s rollout currently depends on vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, both … Read More

Federal government to create ‘pan-Canadian’ vaccine injury support program

A new support program aimed at supporting Canadians experiencing a vaccine injury is now being developed, according to the federal government. The program, which was announced by Prime Minister Justin … Read More

Will Canada lag behind on coronavirus vaccines? It’s complicated, experts say

Promising coronavirus vaccine developments have made headlines in recent weeks, prompting many Canadians to question when they’ll be able to get the jab that can help to bring life back … Read More

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