O’Toole recommends that all Canadians get vaccinated by May 24 and challenges the time between doses.

Written by Kirti Pathak

Published on : April 29, 2021 1:45




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Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole said today that the federal government needs to find more shots this month in order for every adult to receive a COVID-19 vaccine dose by Victoria Day, May 24.

Although Pfizer plans to significantly increase product deliveries over the next five weeks, with over two million doses anticipated each week, O’Toole believes Ottawa will need to procure even more doses in the coming weeks to ensure Canadians can enjoy a more regular summer.

According to a analysis of the current distribution schedule and population statistics, there should be enough vaccines on hand in Canada by early June to give anyone over the age of 30 at least one dose.

When asked how Canada could obtain more of the world’s hottest commodities in such a short period of time, O’Toole suggested that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ask US President Joe Biden to send a significant portion of America’s AstraZeneca vaccine stockpile across the border.

When asked how Canada could obtain more of the world’s hottest commodities in such a short period of time, O’Toole suggested that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ask US President Joe Biden to send a significant portion of America’s AstraZeneca vaccine stockpile across the border.

Trudeau has mentioned the possibility of Biden firing any shots in the direction of Canada. Anita Anand, the Minister of Public Services and Procurement, has asked Jeffrey Zients, Biden’s COVID-10 vaccine czar, to make some of the AstraZeneca vaccines available to Canadians.

Biden has said that he is committed to assisting Canada and Central American countries until the AstraZeneca vaccines manufactured in the United States pass a safety test by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

“In the coming months, we will not need to use AstraZeneca in our battle against COVID-19,” said Jen Psaki, the president’s press secretary.

“I expect to share more information about our plans and who will receive additional doses from here in the near future.”

AstraZeneca has been producing its commodity in a Maryland plant for months in order to fulfill a government contract.

However, the FDA has not yet approved the product for sale in the United States, and millions of vials are sitting idle.

The Biden administration has already sent 1.5 million AstraZeneca doses to Canada, describing it as a “loan.” This month, several Canadians under the age of 60 were able to get a shot thanks to that delivery.

There are doses to choose from. Let’s get this party started. Let’s take the initiative, Prime Minister “According to O’Toole.

Former President Donald Trump signed an executive order that effectively prohibits the sale of American-made firearms to other nations, which Biden has yet to revoke.

The White House devised a workaround for AstraZeneca by loaning doses to countries that were already awaiting AstraZeneca vaccine deliveries.