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Bumping this thread because COVID-19 is speeding up in my country, and my anxiety about it is unbereable :fatcat: I fear that something can happen to my grandmas or dad for MONTHS... Anyone here?

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@Economy Not me being like wow vaccination is being slow... and then seeing quebec has like 16% of its population at at least one dose of the covid vaccine and being the best province out of BC-ON-MAN-SAS-PEI-NB :emma:

I'll take the victories where I can LMAO 

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2 hours ago, OBEY said:

@Economy Not me being like wow vaccination is being slow... and then seeing quebec has like 16% of its population at at least one dose of the covid vaccine and being the best province out of BC-ON-MAN-SAS-PEI-NB :emma:

I'll take the victories where I can LMAO 

Tbh

 

Less than 80% of delivered vaccines have been administered in Canada. Trying to figure out the slow administration of it

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13 hours ago, Economy said:

Tbh

 

Less than 80% of delivered vaccines have been administered in Canada. Trying to figure out the slow administration of it

Here they don't have enough employees to vaccinate people :( 

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34 minutes ago, OBEY said:

Here they don't have enough employees to vaccinate people :( 

They had a WHOLE YEAR to plan out the logistics of this roll out its not like the pandemic came and they were offered the vaccine a month later

 

Jezz why is the government always so disorganized with everything???? We knew long before they were coming.

 

- Rented spaces

- Equipment

- Hired proffessionals

- Training new ppl for vaccine administering under a program if needed since theres medical shortage

 

Like thats all stuff u can sort out with a little bit of time and a year should of been enough to plan that :saladga:

 

 

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Its 2021 and still the situation is not stable. I really don't know why the government is so reluctant to take any firm step to tackle the whole covid-19 situation. Vaccine availability is low and people are literally finding it difficult to get access to vaccine dosages. Recent article at https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/washingtons-immigrant-and-refugee-elders-face-challenges-covid-19-vaccine-access/ claimed that there are inequities in vaccine accessibility for the immigrants and refugee elders in Washington. Also, I agree that there are not many learned employees who are efficient in vaccinating people. 

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