Trump considering executive action to prioritize U.S. over all others for COVID-19 vaccine: report 1

Trump considering executive action to prioritize U.S. over all others for COVID-19 vaccine: report

 

Procurement Minister Anita Anand responds to a report that Donald Trump will sign an order prioritizing the U.S. over others for a vaccine.

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33 comments

  1. Pfizer Inc is an American multinational pharmaceutical corporation. End of story.

    Wanna be first? Start you own.

    1. @Yaano they publicly stated they didn’t accept federal funding lol why would they? This is a stupid amount of money they are about to make

  2. Canada has to rely on OTHER countries to Manufacture vaccines. lol of coarse they should take care of their own countries first. we should also take care of our country FIRST.

  3. What if, just a thought here, WE MADE THIS STUFF IN CANADA BY CANADIANS FOR CANADIANS INSTEAD OF RELYING ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES????

    1. Because Corporate Canada decided it was more PROFITABLE to make it elsewhere. Not the poor, not the unions, rich men who wanted to get richer faster decided this.

    2. Well that is what happens when you vote conservative. Mulroney privatized the only Ontario lab capable, it was sold and moved to another country.

    3. lol so many idiots here thinking it was decided to be given to a foreign country. Canada made deals with several companies including Canadian ones early on and the contract would be given to whoever completed it first. That happened to be pfitzer. If you wanted it to be Canadian so bad, you should have contributed to the Canadian companies researching it?

  4. Having been a nurse with limited access to masks ( working in community while priority was hospitals ) in the spring, I don’t find it BS or just a threat to think the USA will not necessarily follow through on contracts with Canada.

  5. That’s fine, the response is simple response. If he does that we tear up NAFTA, and we re-negotiate NAFTA with the Biden administration. Nothing will scare him more than losing his NAFTA legacy. It will be like he didn’t exist at all.

  6. Wow a world leader prioritizing his country’s problems over other countries problems. Maybe Canada could use one of those

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