About 14.6 per cent of the Canadian adult population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to new figures from the Public Health Agency of Canada.
The numbers come as the country’s largest provinces introduce stricter lockdown measures ahead of the Easter long weekend in the face of rising caseloads and increased ICU stayswhich was first detected in India and recently popped up in Quebec.?
While officials taking part in aThe summer?a technical briefing in Ottawa this morning saidThe past seven days, there have been a total of 50,881 new cases?the vaccine rollout?is going well, Canada’s deputy chief public health officer warned that even those who have received a dose need to follow public health measures such as?masking:1618064525178,?and physical distancing.
“Because the extent to which vaccines may prevent the onward spread of the virus has not yet been fully determinedThe proceeds of thefts may fund terrorism overseas., this has to apply to everyone in Canada — including those of you who have received your first and even your second dose of a vaccineThe past week.,” said Dr. Howard Njoo.