Can Vaccines Get Us Back to Normal?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The news around vaccines is mostly good and getting better. There are more of them and more people are eligible to receive them. But, after this week's AstraZeneca vaccine pause questions remain, especially from those who've already received one dose. To help us understand where Ontario is at in its progress we invite Dr. Kate Miller, family physician and an assistant clinical professor in McMaster University's Department of Family Medicine; Maria Sundaram, infectious disease epidemiologist at I.C.E.S., formerly known as the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences; and Tim Sly, professor emeritus at Ryerson University's School of Occupational and Public Health.
Ontario's Vaccination Confusion
May 14, 2021
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