There’s apparently more good news on the horizon when it comes to COVID-19 vaccines in Canada.
In a new interview with CTV’s Question Period, Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin revealed that when Canada has approved a vaccine candidate, there could be a “constant flow” of shots by early 2021.
He also confirmed they are expecting doses to arrive “early in the new year.”
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin, who is the vice president of logistics and operations within the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), will be leading the roll-out.
What we expect to see in January is constant flow of vaccines that come in, Pfizer and others as well, as they become available.
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin
Fortin explained, “All I can tell you at this time is that we expect to receive them in January.”
He added, “We expect to receive them as soon as possible in that timeframe, and in successive amounts… multiple deliveries.”
He went on to reveal that officials are “really planning on being ready by mid-December.”
The U.K. has already given it the go-ahead, which the first people in the country expected to be vaccinated on Tuesday.
Speaking on December 1, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described Canada's vaccine portfolio as the "most diverse" in the world.
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