U.S. to ‘carefully’ consider sharing COVID-19 vaccines with Canada

U.S. to 'carefully' consider sharing COVID-19 vaccines with Canada 1

 

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki says the U.S. has received requests from Canada for vaccines and will consider the requests carefully.

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77 Comments on "U.S. to ‘carefully’ consider sharing COVID-19 vaccines with Canada"

  1. Chicky Raven | March 17, 2021 at 7:57 PM | Reply

    Oh how generous but I’m betting she’ll circle back to that

  2. “Let me take that back my team and I’ll circle back to you”

  3. I think maybe Canada shouldn’t depend on foreign sources for vaccines, maybe we need to develop our own capacity.

  4. HeavnIsEarth | March 17, 2021 at 8:22 PM | Reply

    Is she related to Zuckerberg? Perhaps they were cloned in the same test tube.

  5. She will circle back and let Canada know

  6. Maybe Canada should “carefully consider” sharing our Hydro power and clean water with America..🤔

  7. firstname lastname | March 17, 2021 at 9:04 PM | Reply

    Let’s be clear we paid top dollar for those vaccines to sit in a warehouse

  8. Shouldnt we have our own supple instead of having to ask America for theres?

    • Hannibal Barca | March 18, 2021 at 5:52 PM | Reply

      The conservative government sold off our ability to manufacture vaccines long ago, talk to them about it

    • It probably was ours sitting in a warehouse….America just changed the labels from Canada to USA.

    • Seasoning the Obese | March 18, 2021 at 10:30 PM | Reply

      Typical liberals, blaming conservatives for their catastrophic decisions.

    • @Seasoning the Obese Typical conservatives, refusing to take any responsibility for decades of fuckups.

    • @Brad trudeau’s attacked and destroyed parts of canada’s economy and he’s been literally in charge during the whole pandemic and u want to blame the previous government while the same losers love to claim trump murdered millions cause a moronic household injected themselves with fishtank cleaner.

  9. WE’LL PASS THANKS

  10. Remember this when they try to come over our border for cheaper medications (i.e. insulin)

  11. steve ofsteve | March 18, 2021 at 5:43 AM | Reply

    Canada needs to shut off all the cheap electricity and water we send america…sorry….maybe we will circle back and let you know.

  12. steve ofsteve | March 18, 2021 at 5:44 AM | Reply

    Stop americans coming over for insulin.

    • President Trump tried by signing an executive order, lowering insulin prices, this administration rescinded that order days into taking office.

    • Just because the cost went from 300/Mo to 1100/Mo after Biden came to power means nothing.

    • y0utuberculosis | March 19, 2021 at 9:59 AM | Reply

      No. Diabetes patients deserve insulin and if they need to come to Canada to get it I welcome them with open arms.

    • @y0utuberculosis Biden also rolled back the regulations by Trump allowing Americans to legally enter Canada to only buy insulin without requiring them to pay duty. He’s such a swell guy isn’t he?

  13. She’s wearing a 4 inch tall tree broach

  14. The only thing the USA “carefully considers” sharing with the rest of the world is their bombs.

  15. Well Canada has made agreements with various manufacturers and are paying for vaccines, so it is a bit disingenuous to call it sharing.

  16. They probably gonna give the ones close to expiry date.

  17. Valerie Saunders | March 18, 2021 at 5:43 PM | Reply

    Maybe we shouldn’t share our Health Care Workers next time!!!!!!!!!!

  18. Michael Boland | March 18, 2021 at 5:46 PM | Reply

    They never “circle back” … it’s not like they’re in the office emailing back to every single person immediately after asking their team. That’s just an excuse to say “I don’t know. Next question” 😂

  19. And Canada will “carefully” consider sharing its COVID with USA

  20. What’s the difference between this administration and the last? The last one would give you an honest no, at least?

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