安省一天给1.5万人打新冠疫苗

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今日记者会上,省长福特表示:“光是昨天,我们就给1.5万人打了新冠疫苗。我们安省是全国接种速度最快的省份。但是,我们的疫苗马上就要消耗殆尽。大学健康网络(UHN)的Kevin Smith医生跟我说,他们今天就会用完所有疫苗。不仅如此,约克区的南湖医院(Southlake Hospital),渥太华医院以及其他医院都告诉他们这周结束前会用完所有疫苗,而安省会在下周结束前用完所有疫苗。因此,我希望联邦政府能够给我们更多疫苗。”



省长表示,他可能不会在一月底时解除封锁令。他说:“如果民众继续不遵守那些基本公共卫生措施,那么后果会更加严重。如果是这样,那么封城令一月底时不会解除。我们也必须采取更严厉措施。”



另外,有人问省府是否打算在校内针对无症状人群开展检测。教育厅长表示:“我们认为,把现在的无症状检测计划拓展到全省有好处,因此我们也决定这么做。我们会在返校那天开始这么做。所有学校和公共卫生机构都将有资格,也将都会有能力和检测试剂盒去进行这些操作。这也意味着,我们到时候不仅仅是在四个重灾区开展无症状检测。”



厅长补充:“另外,我们会再拨3.8亿元,来帮助学校改善通风系统和暖通空调,帮助采购更多个人防护装备,聘请更多清洁工和其他员工。”
 

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照这个速度,2.5年安省才能打完:wall:
 

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支持光头省长! :jiayou:
 

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早上听cbc, 说以色列早都打完了100多万,咱们1万还得意
 

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TORONTO -- Chair of Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution task force says the University Health Network in Toronto will not be receiving more vaccines in the next few days as it's expected to run out of doses on Friday.
Hillier spoke to CP24 Friday morning and said the province is in need of more COVID-19 vaccines as vaccination sites ramp up efforts to administer the shots to as many people as possible.
He acknowledged that the province’s vaccine rollout plan had a slow start but is now picking up speed.

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However, the 19 vaccination sites across the province are facing supply shortages as shipments of the vaccine are not coming in fast enough from the federal government, Hillier said.
“Now we're at a capacity, even with the few sites that we have running...we’re already at a capacity to put [shots] to far more people than we have vaccines coming in,” he said.
Hillier's remarks echo comments he made earlier this week where he disputed claims that vaccines are sitting in freezers across the province.
Toronto’s University Health Network is one of those sites facing limited supply as it’s expected to run out of doses by the end of today.
“We’re out of vaccine @UHN on Friday and have 3000 people booked per day Sat, Sun, Monday. Urgently need vaccine,” UHN President and CEO Dr. Kevin Smith tweeted Thursday night.

We’re out of vaccine @UHN on Friday and have 3000 people booked per day Sat, Sun, Monday. Urgently need vaccine.https://t.co/lqS6GA0eE8
— Dr. Kevin Smith (@KevinSmithUHN) January 8, 2021
Hillier said UHN will not receive more doses of the vaccine ‘today or tomorrow’ unless vaccines are reallocated from other sites.
“We're looking around to see if we can reallocate any more from any other place, but those other vaccine sites are equally efficient. They're really focused on getting those vaccines into long-term care homes and essential workers and health-care workers and residents who are trapped there, so to speak,” he said.
Hillier said UHN and other sites will have to back up on their efforts until more shots become available.
“We'll slow that capacity down until the next vaccine allocation arrives, that’s sometime next week, we're not sure of exactly which day yet. And then we'll pick it up again, do them as quickly as possible, and we're going to be stopping-start for a few weeks because the vaccine allocations are still very small,” he said.
Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Issac Bogoch said he sees the supply shortage as a "good problem to have."
"Obviously we want more vaccines, we don't want to cancel anybody getting a vaccine, but this tells me that the vaccines are being deployed," Bogoch told CP24 on Friday.
"We've been talking for probably about a week and a half saying you have to do this faster, you have to ramp up [vaccinations], you have to scale up. So, if you're running out, that's a good place to be in my books," he added.
Over the Christmas holidays, the government came under fire for pausing inoculations despite record-high COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Hillier acknowledged that the government made a mistake and will not take any more days off from administering the shots.
Earlier this week, the provincial government announced its goal of inoculating all long-term care home residents and staff by Jan. 21 in the hardest hit areas of the province: Toronto, Peel Region, York Region and Windsor-Essex.
But as inoculations are picking up pace, Hillier said he is not satisfied with the status of the rollout plan.
“I would have liked to move much faster. I'd like to have more vaccines to allow us to go more quickly around the rest of the province, not just the four regions that we're focusing right now with the long-term care homes and retirement homes.”
As of 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, more than 72,600 doses of the vaccine have been administered in the province, according to government data. To date, 2,173 people have received the required two doses of the vaccine for full immunization.
The province began administering its first shipment of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 14 to health-care workers at UHN and The Ottawa Hospital, as part of a pilot project.
To date, the province has received roughly 95,000 doses of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine and are expecting 50,000 more doses this week, followed by 80,000 doses every week for the rest of January.
Meanwhile, 53,000 doses of Moderna’s vaccine arrived in the province during the week of Dec, 28 and another 56,000 were expected to arrive this week.
So far, only Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines have been approved by Health Canada but Hillier said he’s asking for “a little push” on approving AstaZeneca’s vaccine as well.
“Is Health Canada going to approve that or not? Please do. And if you’re not going to approve it, tell us. And if you then approve it… get AstraZeneca to us also so we can get more people protected from that horrible, terrible tragedy called COVID,” he said.
 

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3000万加拿大人或将在9月前接种疫苗!​

 

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3000万加拿大人或将在9月前接种疫苗!​

加拿大的计划,按时完成过吗?我真的深深怀疑。而且愿意接种的人,都不多。
 

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到现在为止,完成了多少?
超过100万吗?
 

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疫苗注射是肌肉注射吗?这么慢。
加拿大应该给每个主妇培训打针,家人需要时用得上
 

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疫苗注射是肌肉注射吗?这么慢。
加拿大应该给每个主妇培训打针,家人需要时用得上

疫苗或者药从哪里来?
 

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疫苗或者药从哪里来?
有些自己可以拿到的,我大学同学有糖尿病,就自己打胰岛素,不是血管注射,至少能减少部分医护负担。
 
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