Meanwhile, countries in Europe are expecting a smaller delay.
Canada continues to pay a price for Justin Trudeau’s inability to procure vaccines on a timetable comparable to our peers.
With Canada already having fallen behind many comparable nations, we have learned that Canada will get a grand total of zero Pfizer vaccine doses in the week starting January 25th.
The delay is due to changes in Pfizer’s European manufacturing.
Yet, while it was initially believed that the delays in Europe would be the same as in Canada, it turns out that’s not quite the case, with European nations expecting a shorter delay than the one facing Canada.
Here, the government says the shipment will be delivered “in the first weeks” of February.
That’s interesting, since the feds had previously said the shipment would be reduced by 75%.
Unfortunately, the Liberal government initially put their eggs in the China basket when seeking a vaccine, an appalling move considering the lies and information restrictions imposed by the Chinese Communist Party led to this crisis in the first place.
That wasted valuable time, time other countries had been using to buy up early vaccine doses, putting them ahead of Canada.
Now, Canadians are waiting longer and longer for vaccines, prolonging the health damage and economic damage being suffered in Canada.
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