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COVID19. Despite the urgency for vaccination, Canada has one of the slowest vaccination roll out rates

By , 4th year student at the University of Ottawa’s Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences
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Following the dawn of the new year, countries around the world have been promptly vaccinating their populations in aims of controlling record-high COVID19 rates. But as the world rushes to end the pandemic millions of doses at a time, Canada remains relatively still.  Despite the urgency for vaccination, Canada has had one of the slowest vaccination roll out rates. Even with a week head-start over countries such as Israel, Canada has a vaccination rate of 0.3, while Israel leads the world with 12.59 vaccination doses. 

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