This week, Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine supply will be getting a huge boost with over 640,000 doses expected to arrive within days.
🆕🆕🆕 👉🏽 Sunday update: this week’s shipments of Pfizer vaccines have begun to arrive. 👉🏽 This week alone, Canada i… https://t.co/cYG2g4yJsw— Anita Anand (@Anita Anand)1613958371.0
They’re expected to be distributed across the country.
Alongside the notice, Anand shared several photos of the shipments being delivered by UPS and picked up by officials from the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
It’s good news for the country’s supply after poor weather conditions in the United States caused Canada’s biggest-ever shipment to be delayed last week.
Speaking recently about Canada’s vaccination distribution plan, the prime minister promised that anybody who wants their doses should be able to get them by September 2021.
By the end of the same month, the country will have received a whopping 84 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna.
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