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Nova Scotia’s long-term care vaccine rollout on track despite supply chain uncertainties

Health Canada confirmed that the doses reallocated to the northern communities we part of a plan to accelerate the vaccination programs in the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

Canada to receive over 640,000 vaccine doses from Pfizer, Moderna this week They say those doses will not be lost for provinces like Nova Scotia but will instead be accounted for with an increased shipment at the end of March, and all doses allocated and agreed upon will be delivered.That’s good news for long-term care homes, as Nova Scotia exclusively uses the Moderna vaccine to inoculate residents.“We’re really pleased with the rollout or the uptake that we are seeing right across the province,” said Michele Lowe, managing director of the Nursing Homes of.

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