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Nova Scotia vaccine delivery lags behind other provinces, but rollout plan remains on target

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New Brunswick reports 2 COVID-19 deaths at Parkland Saint John, 17 new cases So far, Nova Scotia has administered 3,853 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and has opted to keep all second doses in freezers, while immunization clinics are now set up and running in all corners of the province.Dr.

Samir Sinha, Director of Geriatrics of the Sinai Health System, says vaccines aren’t doing any good sitting in freezers and says the priority should be getting those shots to vulnerable long-term care home residents.“Deliberately holding back vaccine is a strategy that most other provinces have abandoned and so it’s a bit surprising that Nova Scotia is maybe holding steadfast to that,” said Sinha.The COVID-19 situation is much different here than in.

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