Trudeau Says COVID-19 Vaccines Would Be ‘Great’ But Won’t Help Canadians Right Now
He doesn't want Canadians to let their guard down yet! 😷
Althoughcould be on the horizon in Canada, Justin Trudeau has urged Canadians not to let their guard down.
Speaking at a press conference on November 10, the PM addressed reports that the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective in its trial stages.
After describingas “great news,” Trudeau went on to warn Canadians that a possible vaccine wouldn’t help anybody getting sick in the near-future.
Yes, we have great news of possible vaccines on the horizon, but a vaccine later won't help you or your family if you get sick now.
His comments come one day after American company Pfizer reported their vaccine candidatein its trial stages.
In addition, a Canadian company also says their potential shot showsin its early phases.
Speaking on Monday, Trudeau confirmed that the country hadof the Pfizer candidate and said vaccines could arrive by early next year.
During the same conference, Trudeau acknowledged that COVID-19 cases areand in other countries around the world.
“This was the main focus of my callsand Prime Minister Johnson yesterday,” he added.