Canada to receive more COVID-19 vaccines by end of December, Trudeau says
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Canada will be getting another early shipment of COVID-19 vaccines. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the 168,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine could be shipped within 48-hours of Health Canada approval. He anticipates that by the end of this month.
The two-dose Moderna vaccine, because it doesn’t require the -94 storage and special freezers the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine does, will be sent to northern and remote communities first.
Trudeau announced another 200,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will arrive in Canada next week. The government now has 70 sites ready to administer the shot up from the 14 in use this week.