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    Canada the only G7 country to take vaccines from fund that helps developing countries


    Canada the only G7 country to take vaccines from fund that helps developing countries - The Globe and Mail
    Since February 2020, the Government of Canada has announced that it will commit nearly $1.6 billion to the global response to COVID-19. This includes more than $865 million in funding for the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator to support equitable access to COVID-19 tests, treatments and vaccines.

    To date, Canada has announced a commitment of more than $865 million to support low- and middle-income countries to access COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments through the ACT-Accelerator. This includes today’s announcement of $485 million for antibody treatments and in support of the ACT-Accelerator’s health systems connector and vaccine pillars. It also includes:

    • a contribution of $220 million, announced on September 25, 2020, to support the procurement of vaccine doses for low- and middle-income countries through the Gavi COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC)
    • a contribution of $120 million in support of the ACT-Accelerator, announced on June 27, 2020
    • a contribution of $40 million to the Coalition of Epidemic Preparedness Innovation announced on April 5, 2020
    • a previous initial contribution of up to $31 million to the Gavi COVAX AMC

    Canada is currently the second-largest financial supporter of the Gavi COVAX AMC, which will enable 92 low- and middle-income countries to access vaccines with the support of official development assistance financing.
    By joining the COVAX Facility as a self-financing country and by contributing to the Gavi COVAX AMC, Canada is supporting collective efforts to develop safe, effective and accessible COVID-19 vaccines for 189 participating economies across the world.
    All countries participating in the COVAX Facility, either as self-financing or AMC-eligible countries, will have access to a portfolio of vaccine candidates. Distribution will be equitable and based on available doses among countries that have selected specific vaccine candidates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    Since February 2020, the Government of Canada has announced that it will commit nearly $1.6 billion to the global response to COVID-19. This includes more than $865 million in funding for the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator to support equitable access to COVID-19 tests, treatments and vaccines.

    To date, Canada has announced a commitment of more than $865 million to support low- and middle-income countries to access COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments through the ACT-Accelerator. This includes today’s announcement of $485 million for antibody treatments and in support of the ACT-Accelerator’s health systems connector and vaccine pillars. It also includes:

    • a contribution of $220 million, announced on September 25, 2020, to support the procurement of vaccine doses for low- and middle-income countries through the Gavi COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC)
    • a contribution of $120 million in support of the ACT-Accelerator, announced on June 27, 2020
    • a contribution of $40 million to the Coalition of Epidemic Preparedness Innovation announced on April 5, 2020
    • a previous initial contribution of up to $31 million to the Gavi COVAX AMC

    Canada is currently the second-largest financial supporter of the Gavi COVAX AMC, which will enable 92 low- and middle-income countries to access vaccines with the support of official development assistance financing.
    By joining the COVAX Facility as a self-financing country and by contributing to the Gavi COVAX AMC, Canada is supporting collective efforts to develop safe, effective and accessible COVID-19 vaccines for 189 participating economies across the world.
    All countries participating in the COVAX Facility, either as self-financing or AMC-eligible countries, will have access to a portfolio of vaccine candidates. Distribution will be equitable and based on available doses among countries that have selected specific vaccine candidates.


    The Ministry of Propaganda strikes again. Canada took vaccine away from poor countries. Canada is the only G-7 country to do this. There's no shame in Canada's game. Pure desperation. Very sad, bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Canada the only G7 country to take vaccines from fund that helps developing countries


    Canada the only G7 country to take vaccines from fund that helps developing countries - The Globe and Mail
    ... more misleading information.

    Canada is exercising its options to buy vaccines from the Covax international group.

    Canada has announced a commitment of more than $865 million to support low- and middle-income countries to access COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments through the ACT-Accelerator. This includes today’s announcement of $485 million for antibody treatments and in support of the ACT-Accelerator’s health systems connector and vaccine pillars. It also includes:


    • a contribution of $220 million, announced on September 25, 2020, to support the procurement of vaccine doses for low- and middle-income countries through the Gavi COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC)
    • a contribution of $120 million in support of the ACT-Accelerator, announced on June 27, 2020
    • a contribution of $40 million to the Coalition of Epidemic Preparedness Innovation announced on April 5, 2020
    • a previous initial contribution of up to $31 million to the Gavi COVAX AMC


    Canada is currently the second-largest financial supporter of the Gavi COVAX AMC, which will enable 92 low- and middle-income countries to access vaccines with the support of official development assistance financing.

    By joining the COVAX Facility as a self-financing country and by contributing to the Gavi COVAX AMC, Canada is supporting collective efforts to develop safe, effective and accessible COVID-19 vaccines for 189 participating economies across the world.

    All countries participating in the COVAX Facility, either as self-financing or AMC-eligible countries, will have access to a portfolio of vaccine candidates. Distribution will be equitable and based on available doses among countries that have selected specific vaccine candidates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    ... more misleading information.

    Canada is exercising its options to buy vaccines from the Covax international group.

    Canada has announced a commitment of more than $865 million to support low- and middle-income countries to access COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatments through the ACT-Accelerator. This includes today’s announcement of $485 million for antibody treatments and in support of the ACT-Accelerator’s health systems connector and vaccine pillars. It also includes:


    • a contribution of $220 million, announced on September 25, 2020, to support the procurement of vaccine doses for low- and middle-income countries through the Gavi COVAX Advance Market Commitment (AMC)
    • a contribution of $120 million in support of the ACT-Accelerator, announced on June 27, 2020
    • a contribution of $40 million to the Coalition of Epidemic Preparedness Innovation announced on April 5, 2020
    • a previous initial contribution of up to $31 million to the Gavi COVAX AMC


    Canada is currently the second-largest financial supporter of the Gavi COVAX AMC, which will enable 92 low- and middle-income countries to access vaccines with the support of official development assistance financing.

    By joining the COVAX Facility as a self-financing country and by contributing to the Gavi COVAX AMC, Canada is supporting collective efforts to develop safe, effective and accessible COVID-19 vaccines for 189 participating economies across the world.

    All countries participating in the COVAX Facility, either as self-financing or AMC-eligible countries, will have access to a portfolio of vaccine candidates. Distribution will be equitable and based on available doses among countries that have selected specific vaccine candidates.

    Canada is no position to help anyone with vaccine. Trudeau has basically been going around the world begging for vaccine. Stop the bullshit.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    The Ministry of Propaganda strikes again. Canada took vaccine away from poor countries. Canada is the only G-7 country to do this. There's no shame in Canada's game. Pure desperation. Very sad, bro.
    ... still more misleading information.

    The COVAX group accepted $251M from Canada to purchase COVID-19 vaccines. As part of the support agreement, Canada exercised it's right to purchase vaccines that the COVAX group did not have the funds to purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    ... still more misleading information.

    The COVAX group accepted $251M from Canada to purchase COVID-19 vaccines. As part of the support agreement, Canada exercised it's right to purchase vaccines that the COVAX group did not have the funds to purchase.

    Dude, Canada doesn't have any vaccine. Canada has no help to offer. Your country is DESPERATE for vaccine. Y'all tried to shame the USA into giving you a million doses. Sad little country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    Canada is no position to help anyone with vaccine. Trudeau has basically been going around the world begging for vaccine. Stop the bullshit.,

    .... still more misinformation. You have a lot in common with the ex President. Just not Science first, nor facts first.

    COVID-19 vaccine deliveries back on track following weeks of delay, says Public Health Agency


    Updated delivery timeline says Canada will have enough doses to fully vaccinate 14.5 million people by June.


    Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin, the military commander leading Canada's vaccine logistics, said 403,650 doses of the Pfizer vaccine arrived in Canada this week. That's the largest single delivery since shipments began in December.

    Fortin said that both companies are on track to meet their targets by delivering a total of six million doses — four million from Pfizer and two million from Moderna — by the end of March.

    And an updated delivery timeline released by PHAC says Canada should receive millions more doses than originally anticipated between now and September.

    "We're now coming out of this period of limited supplies. It's an abundance of supplies for spring and summer, where we can have a significant scaling-up of immunization plans in provinces," Fortin said.


    Pfizer has locked in a delivery schedule for the next six weeks to meet the end-of-March deadline. The company plans to ship 475,000 doses next week and then 444,600 per week next month, according to the federal government's vaccine distribution tracker.

    Moderna, which has delivered 500,000 doses so far, will deliver a reduced shipment of 168,000 doses next week. Negotiations are still underway with Moderna on specific delivery dates for the remaining 1.3 million doses it's committed to delivering by the end of March, but they are expected to arrive in two shipments, Fortin said.

    The territories — which already have administered vaccines to 32.9 per cent of their adult populations — will have enough doses from Moderna's next two deliveries to vaccinate 75 per cent of adults by the end of March, Fortin said.

    The updated timeline provided by PHAC shows millions more doses arriving between now and September than previous projections anticipated.

    It projects that Canada should have enough doses from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna to fully vaccinate 14.5 million people by the end of June, and 42 million by the end of September. If the companies follow through with deliveries on schedule, that means Canada would have more than enough doses to fully vaccinate the country's entire population by September.

    Part of that increase is due to Health Canada acknowledging that each vial of the Pfizer vaccine carries six doses, not five. That change means more shots can be squeezed out of each vial — and the company can ship fewer vials and still meet its contractual obligations to send a certain number of doses to its customers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    .... still more misinformation. You have a lot in common with the ex President. Just not Science first, nor facts first.

    COVID-19 vaccine deliveries back on track following weeks of delay, says Public Health Agency


    Updated delivery timeline says Canada will have enough doses to fully vaccinate 14.5 million people by June.


    Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin, the military commander leading Canada's vaccine logistics, said 403,650 doses of the Pfizer vaccine arrived in Canada this week. That's the largest single delivery since shipments began in December.

    Fortin said that both companies are on track to meet their targets by delivering a total of six million doses — four million from Pfizer and two million from Moderna — by the end of March.

    And an updated delivery timeline released by PHAC says Canada should receive millions more doses than originally anticipated between now and September.

    "We're now coming out of this period of limited supplies. It's an abundance of supplies for spring and summer, where we can have a significant scaling-up of immunization plans in provinces," Fortin said.


    Pfizer has locked in a delivery schedule for the next six weeks to meet the end-of-March deadline. The company plans to ship 475,000 doses next week and then 444,600 per week next month, according to the federal government's vaccine distribution tracker.

    Moderna, which has delivered 500,000 doses so far, will deliver a reduced shipment of 168,000 doses next week. Negotiations are still underway with Moderna on specific delivery dates for the remaining 1.3 million doses it's committed to delivering by the end of March, but they are expected to arrive in two shipments, Fortin said.

    The territories — which already have administered vaccines to 32.9 per cent of their adult populations — will have enough doses from Moderna's next two deliveries to vaccinate 75 per cent of adults by the end of March, Fortin said.

    The updated timeline provided by PHAC shows millions more doses arriving between now and September than previous projections anticipated.

    It projects that Canada should have enough doses from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna to fully vaccinate 14.5 million people by the end of June, and 42 million by the end of September. If the companies follow through with deliveries on schedule, that means Canada would have more than enough doses to fully vaccinate the country's entire population by September.

    Part of that increase is due to Health Canada acknowledging that each vial of the Pfizer vaccine carries six doses, not five. That change means more shots can be squeezed out of each vial — and the company can ship fewer vials and still meet its contractual obligations to send a certain number of doses to its customers.

    It's well known that you don't like to answer questions.

    Let's give you another chance.


    Question: Why was Canada the only G7 country to take funds from poorer countries?

    PS - I feel sorry for the fools that are depending on Canada for a vaccine when they can't vaccinate their own. Trudeau has been begging. BEGGING.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    It's well known that you don't like to answer questions.

    Let's give you another chance.


    Question: Why was Canada the only G7 country to take funds from poorer countries?

    PS - I feel sorry for the fools that are depending on Canada for a vaccine when they can't vaccinate their own. Trudeau has been begging. BEGGING.
    .. my last two posts factually answers all of your questions. You can read, can't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    ... still more misleading information.

    The COVAX group accepted $251M from Canada to purchase COVID-19 vaccines. As part of the support agreement, Canada exercised it's right to purchase vaccines that the COVAX group did not have the funds to purchase.
    Did Trudeau get any commitment on when those vaccines will be delivered or did he just give away more of Canada's money? oh and how much kickback did Trudeau get under the table?

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