PM: Canada reaches deal to receive Pfizer booster doses 1

PM: Canada reaches deal to receive Pfizer booster doses

 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada has made an agreement with Pfizer to receive millions of doses from Pfizer in the coming years.

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34 comments

    1. There were calls to waive patents to help with vaccinations, then the rich countries went no :/

    1. I agree I cant stand the foolish SOB and if he were next to me i would strike him

  1. All these announcements for stuff in the future, trying to distract from the months and months of useless. In the meantime, we are still miles behind other countries. Months and months of “future deals”, all of which seem to fall short when the time comes.

    1. @Arsed News Come From Away I am already judged by Christ, that’s why I can say it. I’m guilty and a sinner and calling all sinners to do likewise.

  2. Other countries sealed their borders early on, like since March 2020. Our government worried about optics instead.

  3. “International travel only attest for 2% of COVID “ Justin Trudeau 48 hours ago know he’s banning flights so obviously India must attest for more then 2% what your doing to 1 country Canada wanted you to do to all months ago know we’re just continuing ridiculous policy… will you resign ?

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