‘Dry-runs’ begin today for Covid 19 vaccine distribution in Canada

Canada expecting a constant supply once shipments begin

‘Dry runs’ begin today as Canada prepares for the arrival of the first
COVID-19 vaccines.

The feds want to be ready to roll with distribution as soon as the first deliveries come in.

Major General Dany Fortin, Canada’s vaccine chief, is expecting shipments to be steady once they begin. He says it’s likely once the first doses have been distributed the next batch will be here to be shared.

They can’t arrive here too soon.

Ontario recorded more than 1,900 (1,924) new cases of the virus on Sunday. The first time the number has climbed past that plateau.

Three more regions in the province – Haliburton-Kawartha-Pine Ridge,
London-Middlesex and Thunder Bay – moved into the Red Control Zone at midnight.

With 291 new cases in Simcoe-Muskoka last week, many believe it could be shifted into the tighter restriction Red Zone as early as next week.