Ontario is expected to receive its first shipment of the newly approved Moderna COVID-19 vaccine by Wednesday and start administering it in long-term care homes this weekThe facility to identify all cases, according to the chair of the province’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task ForceCOVID-19 hospitalizations in Ontario.
Retired General Rick Hillier made the announcement Tuesday morning and said the province does “not have the Moderna vaccine in our hands” yet but expects to receive about 50,000 doses in the next 24 hours.
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