One million doses of COVID-19 vaccine are expected to arrive on Canadian soil every week starting in April, says Major General Dany Fortin, federal logistics manager.
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Between April and June, the federal government expects the arrival in the country of 20 million doses of vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna. This would inoculate 10 million Canadians, after the three million vaccinated by the end of March.