Govt-19 Vaccines: BC.

Vancouver – The province crossed an important milestone on Wednesday as vaccine output continued to rise.

Health Minister Adrian Dix shared the news during an afternoon conference, saying half of those eligible would have received the first dose by the end of the day. That milestone was soon reached.

“We are currently removing the gateway to 50 percent of those who qualify – adults over the age of 18 – for Kimu vaccines, which is an important sign,” Dix said.

For those over 70, more than 85 percent have received the first dose, Dix said.

“This is a great reflection of the work of health workers,” he said.

As for the younger British Colombians, Dix said the province is working on its Pfizer rolling program, and the vaccine is now approved for 12- to 18-year-olds. Dix did not have specific details about the project, but said they would be released “soon.”

People under the age of 30 who have registered with the provincial system begin to receive calls to book a dose if they have not already done so.

“Age groups are declining significantly,” Dix said. “Everyone in BC will soon have access to book their appointments.”

Not much is said about Dix Recent Decisions of Other Provinces to Stop Distributing AstraZeneca For the first sizes, but local supply is low.

“There is a relatively small amount of astrogen, and there will be an amount to be placed on the second levels, and we expect some additional distributions to support the second levels in the future,” he said.

For those who believe the restrictions will soon be lifted as more people are vaccinated, Dix said authorities still need to “look” before making any decision.

“Living in the present this week and next week, it is very important to follow public health guidelines and follow health orders,” he said, adding that the number of recent daily cases is “the best way” but still “where not”. “

“We need to continue to move forward. There are many factors to decide on changing orders,” he said.

“But right now, I mean let’s live in the present … If you know anyone who is not registered to be vaccinated, register them.”

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