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Nova Scotia on track for two doses of COVID-19 vaccine in arms by September: officials

COVID-19 Immunization Strategy associate deputy minister.“And, if there’s the opportunity to get enough supply, we would look at whether we can move those doses up a little bit for second doses,” N.S.

premier, top doctor blast those disobeying COVID-19 rules Barbrick says the current supply is still on track to have all Nova Scotians able to receive their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by June.She adds Nova Scotia’s age-based approach to immunization is what’s guiding the opening of vaccines to different age cohorts.“Making sure that there’s enough available appointments that we can get the majority of that age group into an appointment and scheduled before we move onto the next group,” she said.Allison Bodnar, the CEO of the Pharmacy.

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