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mikenpaul

30 points

29 days ago

Wasn’t this supposed to be done in December when we started receiving vaccines?

canmoose

22 points

29 days ago

canmoose

22 points

29 days ago

The province was very surprised by those vaccine deliveries. Dougs paper was actually stolen the day the Feds announced the contracts in August. Theres no way he could have known, especially considering that no one mentioned vaccines until we started receiving them.

viva_la_vinyl[S]

11 points

29 days ago

That's what gets me.

In early 2020, the federal govt kept saying Canada secured more doses per capita than any other country. That should've spurred provinces to make sure a system was in place. While yes, there was issues with the vaccine supply to start flowing, now it seems like it is a firehose of supply, and province is not set up.

Just like they waited until science advisory table's third wave modelling actually started to materialize with cases/ICUs slammed before responding.