OTTAWA| Canada is currently facing the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and in the meantime the country has approved the use of the Pfizer-BioNotech Covid-19 vaccine. According to the Xinhua news agency report, Prime Minister Justin Tudrow said that by the end of this year, he would be provided 249,000 doses of the vaccine to distribute the vaccine to people, and now Wednesday the consent to the vaccine was revealed is.
The first dose of the Pfizer vaccine is expected to arrive in Canada by next week and is planned to be shipped to 14 major cities in Canada within a day or two. First, the vaccine will be given to those who are on the priority list.
The government here says that by September 2021, their goal is to reach the maximum number of people.