With vaccinations for COVID-19 potentially starting next week, how will governments be keeping track of who has received their first dosesare permitted for up to 20 people., and ensuring they come back on time for their second?
It’s largely going to be left up to the provinces to sort out, according to Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tams new daily email newsletter.. However, there are calls to have a streamlined process in place across the country, before shots start being administered.
“The provinces or the local administrators of the vaccine have to actually record—of course—who got vaccinated, and provide them with their own way of recalling them… for the second dose,” said Tam on TuesdayThis just calls for why we need paid sick days and why these essential companies need proper testing. I think it.
She added that part of that tracking will be making sure that once there is more than one vaccine option, people get the right second shot.
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