1.5 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine expected to arrive from the United States today

The federal government today expects about 1.5 million Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines from the United States.

The vaccine is expected to arrive by truck and is the first to arrive from the south of the border.

The provincial government decides how to use the vaccine on its own, but Dr. Howard Njoo, Canada’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer, said all states and territories would stop using the vaccine for people under the age of 55. Stated that he agreed. Survey.

The state is acting on the advisory board’s concerns about the possible link between shots and rare blood clots.

Dr. Heather Morrison, Chief Medical Officer of PEI, states that the risk of serious problems after vaccination is “very low.”

She said that people who received the AstraZeneca vaccine had shortness of breath, chest pain, swelling of the legs, persistent abdominal pain, sudden onset of severe or persistent headache, vision impairment, and skin bruising outside the vaccination site. It states that it is necessary to look for symptoms such as. 20 days after taking the shot.