Manitoba has used half of its COVID-19 vaccine supply, smooth rollout reported on First Nations – Globalnews.ca

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Manitoba has used half of its COVID-19 vaccine supply, smooth rollout reported on First Nations – Globalnews.ca

by ahnationtalk on January 13, 202122 Views

Premier Brian Pallister defended what some critics have described as Manitoba’s slow push to get COVID-19 shots administered Tuesday, as First Nations reported a good start to their inoculation efforts.

At last report Monday, slightly more than 10,000 vaccine doses had been administered across Manitoba, but according to the federal government nearly 26,000 doses have been delivered to the province since December.

At a Tuesday morning press conference, Pallister said it may look as though Manitoba isn’t getting doses out as quickly as other provinces, but that’s because health officials here have decided keep some of the vaccine frozen to make sure there’s enough for a second round of vaccinations.

Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/7572046/manitoba-covid-19-vaccine-supply-rollout-first-nations/

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