February 27, 2021

Between delays and new applications there are questions about Canada’s vaccine driver

The National Vaccine Release of Canada seems to dominate the COVID-19 discussions coming up next week, as Canada enters its 11th month of life during global epidemics.

The federal government, which oversees the nationwide effort, is struggling to make sure there are enough vaccines to get around the serious vaccine.

Both companies have recently been allowed to use complex things here, claiming that their promised promises cannot be delivered immediately due to production delays in Europe.

The Liberal government has repeatedly said that both Pfizer-Bioendech and Moderna still want to fulfill their promised distribution schedule and that the current delays are temporary.

All three companies, Novavox, Astra-Geneca and Johnson & Johnson, have begun the process of Health Canada approving their vaccines.

Canada officially recorded more than 20,000 deaths by COVID-19 as of Sunday and is recording the highest number of cases daily in several provinces, although the overall total is declining, according to Chief Public Health Officer Dr Theresa Tom.

But he urges provinces and territories to adhere to strict public health precautions to ensure that case numbers continue to fall, and that the onset of viral infections may send numbers back.

However, one of the worst-hit provinces weighs in on the idea of ​​easing some restrictions early next week.

Quebec Premier Franோois Legalt is currently set to announce amendments to the province’s public health measures on Tuesday afternoon.

He pointed to the desire to relax some security measures, primarily for retail stores, but says he would only do so if the COVID-19 situation in the province allowed it.

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Alberta has already announced plans to reduce restrictions on businesses such as gyms and restaurants until February 8th.

This report of the Canadian edition was first published on February 1, 2021.

The Canadian Press