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Joe Biden has revealed that Canada getting vaccines from the U.S. could happen again and he's going to try and help our country.

While announcing on April 21 that his country has reached a milestone of 200 million doses administered, Biden said that he's looking at what can be done with doses that aren't being used.

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On Friday, April 16, health officials provided an update on Canada's vaccine supply.

Trudeau announced that the country has secured an additional 8 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine and Minister Anita Anand expanded upon the current situation of the "overall vaccination campaign." 

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You should be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Canada faster than expected according to Justin Trudeau because there's a new deal to get additional doses in May, June and July.

He announced that Canada has signed another agreement with Pfizer that secures 8 million more doses to be delivered on top of what's already been purchased.

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Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated the number of Canadians forecasted to be fully vaccinated and has since been updated with accurate information.

While there's no definite answer for the question of "when will COVID-19 end," it's been said that vaccines will help. However, the pivot in early 2021 to get more people a first dose has put Canada behind its original schedule of how many people would be fully vaccinated by now.

In an email to Narcity, the Public Health Agency of Canada shared a timeline from January 2021 that projected three million people would get two doses by the end of March. Vaccine data shows that 3,859,699 people have received one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and only 667,983 people have received two doses as of March 27, 2021. 

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When it comes to unused COVID-19 vaccine doses in provinces and territories, Ontario has the most with more than a million stockpiled.

Canada's Minister of Health Patty Hajdu tweeted numbers on how many doses have been delivered and how many have been used as of April 5.

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