COVID-19 Vaccine: Oh Canada! Oh When?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Most Canadians won't be vaccinated for COVID-19 until at least September 2021. Why will it take so long and how does a vaccine rollout of this magnitude happen? Where have Canada's vaccine manufacturing capabilities gone? To discuss this, we welcome Globe and Mail health reporter Kelly Grant; and Steven Hoffman, director of Strategy Lab and Professor of Global Health, Law, and Political Science at York University.
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Dec 04, 2020
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