Imagine if you could vaccinate as many as 70 people in the time it would normally take to administer 10 doses? Some regions in Ontario are doing just that with the innovation of pod vaccine sites, where nurses travel with their carts to people waiting in stations in a gym or hockey arena. Hamilton-Niagara Ontario Hub journalist Justin Chandler tells us where the idea came from, how it's being used, and why some regions are not using it.
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Our Beloved Pandemic Pets
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Hamilton-Niagara
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Jul 02, 2021
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