Pfizer is working to vaccinate teenagers in the Nunavut area

Nunavut’s chief public health official says the government is working to get the Pfizer-Bioentech Covit-19 vaccine for teens, but there is no deadline for when the drugs will arrive. Dr.

Nunavut’s chief public health official says the government is working to get the Pfizer-Bioentech Covit-19 vaccine for teens, but there is no deadline for when the drugs will arrive.

Dr. Michael Patterson says he sees the Northwest Territories changing the size of the Moderna to the size of the Nunavut Pfizer, as it has already done.

Last week, Health Canada approved the Pfizer vaccine for use by young people 12 years of age and older, but only the Moderna vaccine is available in Nunavut.

Patterson also claims that there is an outdoor transmission of COVID-19 on the site, including between smokers at work sites and children playing together outside.

He says about a quarter of Igloid cases are under the age of 18.

There are 69 serious infections in Igloo, with a population of about 8,000, and four have been hospitalized in Ottawa.

This report of the Canadian edition was first published on 12 May 2021.

The Canadian Press

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