Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has received his vaccine and ordered tens of millions of dollars for 2022-2024.
New cases of COVID-19 in Canada could double more than 15,000 from 8,600 by the end of April unless they tighten up new pathogens of coronavirus spread, health officials warned Friday.
Officials briefly told the public that if people reduced their contact numbers by 20-30%, the number of cases could drop to about 4,500.
“The number of cases and any diseases reminds us that we are still in a good competition between vaccines and the various types of vaccines and operations,” said Chief Public Officer Officer Theresa Tam.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated the request to reduce connections, saying “COVID-19 is difficult”.
Large areas such as Ontario is struggling to cope is the third increase in COVID-19 and blames Ottawa for not doing enough to reduce the spread of multiple, highly contagious oil and vaccine formulations. Ontario also reported more than 4,500 cases on Friday.
Vaccination shortages have prompted Canada to delay the second vaccination by up to four months.
Trudeau and his wife Sophie received the first AstraZeneca vaccine on Friday.
The Prime Minister of Canada said his country has signed an agreement with Pfizer to develop the COVID vaccine at 35 million rates by 2022 and 30 million by 2023, with plans to increase 30 million by 2022 and 2023 and 60 million by 2024.
He said the government was in talks with other vaccinators about their demands.
The vaccine is so new that experts do not have enough information about what their immunity will be, or if they may be exposed to an outbreak.
“Canadians expect us to be prepared for whatever happens. We hope the shooting will not be necessary, but we are well prepared to make sure we are prepared if it happens,” Trudeau told a news conference in Ottawa.
The prime minister says 30% of eligible Canadians have received one vaccine. All eligible Canadians are expected to be able to drink once by the end of June.
The Pacific Coast region in Britain Columbia has banned unwanted traffic between the three health zones to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Solicitor General Mike Farnworth, who is also the minister of public safety, said the law prohibits travel between the two states, but allows travel for important reasons such as school, work, medical treatment or business travel.
Canada has so far recorded 23,835 deaths and 1,167,684 cases of COVID-19, according to a report by Johns Hopkins University.