It’s been a slow, frustrating journey.
As of February 3, Canada was the only country in the world without a national immunization program.
The government is now scrambling to figure out how to meet the demand, with some countries having to start rationing vaccinations in some areas.
The number of people who were vaccinated has been rising steadily.
The federal government says it will reach about 4 million people by the end of February.
But many people aren’t getting the shots and it is causing health problems.
“There are a lot of people on a waiting list that can’t get the shots.
And they’re worried about that,” said Dr. Heather LeBaron, an infectious disease specialist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto.
She said some people have had their blood tested for the virus.
“There are many people on that list that we don’t know what they are.”
The government has said it’s working to expand the program to cover people who can’t afford the $300 to $600 shots.
Health officials say they are working to make the shots available to people who have a family history of the coronavirus.
People in Alberta have been vaccinated, too.
More than 400,000 people in Alberta got the shots, according to Health Canada.
Canada has seen an increase in the number of new cases, with cases doubling in the past year.
But Dr. Robert Blau, director of the infectious diseases department at the University of Toronto, said it could take months for a large proportion of people to be immunized.
It will take a few months for all of us to get up to speed, Dr. Blau said.
“It’s still early days.
There are a few things that we’re doing well and we’re working on to get all of them going, but we’re nowhere near where we need to be in terms of being able to vaccinate people in the population,” he said.
Some provinces are doing better than others, with many provinces vaccinating people faster than others.
Alberta and Ontario are among those that have seen the fastest growth in cases.
In Ontario, there were about 7,000 new cases in March, compared to 4,000 cases in February.
Ontario is doing well, but other provinces have seen cases surge.
Manitoba saw its cases rise by about 8,000, while Nova Scotia saw its numbers jump by about 12,000.
In Quebec, there have been about 20,000 confirmed cases so far, up from 16,000 in February, according the province’s health ministry.
New Brunswick and Saskatchewan are also seeing increases, with a large increase in cases reported in those two provinces, the federal government said.
In Alberta, Alberta Health Services says the number is about 12 per cent higher than in February and has said that the province will start vaccinating its population later this week.
Alberta Health says there are about 5,600 new cases reported daily, up about 4 per cent from the previous month.
Alberta Health is working on a vaccine that has the potential to reduce the number to 3,000 per day.
Alberta’s deputy health minister, Dr., Dr. Sarah Janssen, says the province is working with the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta to determine how many doses will be available.
She says the goal is to get to that point as quickly as possible.
If you’re having any concerns about a shot, it’s important to get tested and get vaccinated, said Dr, Susanne Gendron, Alberta’s health minister.
We’ve been talking about the vaccines, but the vaccine is not going to be perfect, she said.
It’s going to have some challenges, but I think we’re at a point where we’re getting there.
Dr. Blaus says that even though some people may have the best chance of getting a shot in a few weeks, other people may not have the time to get vaccinated.
“We’re going to get this out to the people that have the most urgent needs and to see how that evolves over time,” he told CBC News.
“The goal is for us to have the vaccines out there by the first week of January.”
We are not getting a vaccine to everyone, he added.