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Ontario wants to have everyone vaccinated by late July or early August, the head of its vaccine distribution plan told CBC News Sunday. The updated timeline came as the province saw 3, new COVID cases and 69 more deaths, with Toronto alone recording more than 1, new infections.
Retired general Rick Hillier said while accomplishing the summer goal hinges on Ontario getting a steady supply of vaccine, there's a plan to get them in arms. But until we get the vaccine allocation, until we know what's coming, we just can't do it. Ontario has distributed the most COVID vaccines of any province, but has administered only 72 per cent of the doses it has received. You can get the latest details by using the CBC News vaccine tracker. For now, a provincewide stay-at-home order remains in place as Ontario tries to limit the spread of the virus. Toronto reported 1, new COVID cases on Sunday, marking another day that the province's biggest city also had the most infections.
In addition to Toronto's cases, there were new cases in Peel, in Windsor-Essex, in York and in the Niagara area. The new cases drive the seven-day average, a key figure that reduces noise in the data, to 3, new cases per day. A further 69 more people with the illness died, bringing the province's official death toll to 5, At least 1, people are in hospital, and there are now patients on ventilators. Just over 3, cases were marked resolved. Ontario has now administereddoses of COVID vaccine, and remains in the first phase of its rollout plan.
Mass vaccinations haven't started yet long-term care and health-care settings are being prioritized but the Toronto facility is set to serve as a blueprint for what could be coming to other locations in the coming months.
The city provided these details about the mass vaccination site, which it's calling a "proof-of-concept clinic":.
Ford said the province will be ready when it's time to ramp up vaccinations in April, May and June. Here's a look at how the province is prioritizing its rollout plan. Pseudonyms will no longer be permitted. By submitting a comment, you accept that CBC has the right to reproduce and publish that comment in whole or in part, in any manner CBC chooses.
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