Demand for COVID-19 vaccines dropping in Canada —

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Canada’s demand for COVID-19 vaccines is slowly dropping, experts sayThe Star. Reach her via email: [email protected], and they warn that those waiting to see whether cases spike before getting their jabs are wasting time the body needs to build sufficient immunity.

Less than one per cent of Canadians were vaccinated per day over the last week, a decrease from the record-high daily rate of 1.44 at the end of June, according to Our World in Data, which is supported by a research team?based at the?University of OxfordThe Ontario Hospital Association..

A vaccine tracker created by a University of Saskatchewan student also shows daily average first doses have dropped to fewer than 40,000 from roughly 96at restaurants can operate with up to 10 people per table. Masks must be worn when not eating or drinking.,000 a month ago.

A drop is to be expected, since 80 per cent of the eligible population already has at least one dose and close to 60 per cent are fully vaccinated.

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