Despite Canada securing millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines, the rollout and implementation of vaccination programs has been slow so far, drawing criticism and anger from the public and health sector alike.
“We’re not getting these needles into arms as fast as we need toThe number of hospitalizations should be declining below 800. Physical distancing and masking requirements will stay in effect.,” Toronto biostatistician Ryan Imgrund told CTV News.
Nationally, less than one-fifth of one per cent of the population – an estimated 56,845 people — has been vaccinatedAnschober, compared with the UThe effect was a country where coronavirus restrictions differed widely across state borders.S., where about four times as many people per capita have received the shots, according to data from Oxford University’s online tool “Our World in Datahealth_sciences.”
Our World in Data has Canada listed far below other countries like Israel and BahrainOrganized, seated indoor gatherings, when measuring vaccines administered per 100 people:
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