When it comes to vaccine rollout satisfaction in Canada, it seems some provinces are more impressed than others.
Research conducted by the Association for Canadian Studies, per CTV News, found that 61% of Quebec residents are very satisfied or fairly satisfied with the region’s vaccine rollout so far.
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On the other hand, just 41% of Ontarians feel the same way, with the majority suggesting they were unhappy with their province’s progress up until now.
Comparatively, 58% of Atlantic province citizens are satisfied with how the local vaccine rollout is going, while 42% in Manitoba and Saskatchewan say they’re impressed.
In the west, 51% of Albertans and 50% of British Columbians say they’re satisfied to some degree.
This comes as the federal government marked the delivery of more than 10 million COVID-19 vaccines across the country on April 5, 2021.
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