The roots of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine shortage go back decades

As of Feb. 5, Canada had administered 2.7 COVID-19 vaccination doses per 100 people compared to 61.7 for Israel and 16.2 for the United Kingdom. By contrast, Canada has signed contracts with seven different companies for a total of 234 million doses with options for tens of millions more.

What’s going on?

https://theconversation.com/the-roots-of-canadas-covid-19-vaccine-shortage-go-back-decades-154792

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