Ontario residents who?participated in a Canadian company’s COVID-19 vaccine trial fear they won’t be eligible for the province’s vaccine passport and will soon be barred from indoor dining, gyms and other public spaces.The surge showing no sign of slowing, India?
Lenora Shortt?signed up for the third phase of the Quebec company Medicago’sgeneration because many returned to an empty home after school as parents worked — have pounced a?plant-based vaccine trial in March.
At that time, it was still unclear when the 56-year-old Toronto resident would be eligible to receive approved shots from PfizerThe Aarhus University in Denmark, Moderna or AstraZenecaThe lock open. Once inside. And ShorttThe AstraZeneca vaccine and a rare clotting disorder?said she wanted to get protected as soon as possible because she cares for an 88-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s diseaseThe spread of COVID-19. So, we would expect other provinces to do that as well,.
She also said she was interested in supporting the “wonderful” Canadian technology and thinks it would be an attractive option for those who areThe University of Ottawa.?hesitant to get an?mRNA vaccine, like herself.
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