Canada's Vaccination Rollout Will Lag 6 Months Behind U.S., Europe: Forecast

The general population will likely not be vaccinated before mid-2022, a new report says.

The majority of Canadians may have to wait six months longer than Americans and Europeans for their COVID-19 vaccine, a new forecast says.

In a report released Wednesday, the U.K.-based Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) warned it will take longer to immunize the world against the novel coronavirus than expected, with many middle-income countries not seeing a COVID jab until 2023, and lower-income countries waiting until 2024, “if it happens at all.”

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Source: Tencer, Daniel, January 27, 2021, Canada's Vaccination Rollout Will Lag 6 Months Behind U.S., Europe: Forecast, Retrieved from Huffington Post