When is it my turn? A coast-to-coast look at COVID-19 vaccine rollout

When is it my turn? A coast-to-coast look at COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Thursday will mark one month since the first coronavirus vaccinations were administered in Canada, but it will likely be several more months until the majority of Canadians have received their shots.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said as recently as Tuesday

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Territories will have enough COVID-19 vaccines for 75% of adults by end of March – National

Territories will have enough COVID-19 vaccines for 75% of adults by end of March - National

Canada’s territories will have enough doses to fully vaccinate 75 per cent of their adult populations against the coronavirus “by the end of March,” Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller said on Wednesday. Read more: Coronavirus vaccines arrive in remote

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‘Blursday’: Coronavirus restrictions left 54% of Canadians feeling isolated, poll says – National

‘Blursday’: Coronavirus restrictions left 54% of Canadians feeling isolated, poll says - National

COVID-19 lockdowns, restrictions and physical distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic have left more than half of Canadians feeling lonely or isolated, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted exclusively for Global News.“I think Blursday has set in,” Darrell Bricker,

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‘Tremendous cost’: Coronavirus hospitalizations soar as vaccine raises hope

‘Tremendous cost’: Coronavirus hospitalizations soar as vaccine raises hope

As a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic grips the nation, hospitals in Canada are seeing an influx of COVID-19 patients, with doctors warning of more cancellations of regular screenings and surgeries to ease the pressure on the health-care

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Watch live as Trudeau is expected to talk coronavirus vaccine rollout – National

Watch live as Trudeau speaks to reporters amid coronavirus pandemic - National

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is speaking to reporters today as a decision on whether to approve the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine in Canada looms.He’s slated to appear alongside Procurement Minister Anita Anand, Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Howard Njoo,

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Canadians worry vaccine won’t come fast enough to stop coronavirus surge: Ipsos – National

AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine produces strong immune response in older adults - National

Most Canadians are worried Canada’s vaccine distribution will not happen soon enough to stop soaring COVID-19 case counts and deaths.An Ipsos poll conducted exclusively for Global News found that 74 per cent of respondents are worried that the public

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Support for mandatory coronavirus vaccine keeps falling even as cases spike: Ipsos – National

Pfizer announces deal to supply Canada with coronavirus vaccine candidate - National

Support among Canadians for mandatory vaccination against the coronavirus continues to fall even as new infections explode across the country and public health officials urge people to stay at home.Polling done exclusively by Ipsos for Global News shows a

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Canadian military eyes ultra-low temperature freezers for coronavirus vaccine rollout – National

Pfizer launches pilot delivery program for potential coronavirus vaccine in 4 states - National

The Canadian military is looking to buy freezers that can store a coronavirus vaccine and other gear related to the pandemic at ultra-low temperatures.It comes amid anticipation that Canadians could start getting vaccinated early next year, possibly between January

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