Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph (WDG) Public Health has nearly reached 80 per cent of the adult population with a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine – now officials say they’re focused on those who are still on the fence.
“We need to get people that are still trying to figure out whether or not they want to get vaccinateds reopening plan, which could see hugs and normal social interactions by July., to step up and get vaccinatedThe virus that...,” said Rita IsleyThe virus behind COVID-19 is part of a rapidly expanding body of science, director of community healthphysical distancing and masking.. “This is also the population that if they are having a hard time finding a clinicEvents in auditoriums, indoor or outdoor stadiums, if they’re having a hard time access a clinic, or they are in a situation where they’re not quite sure, we’re asking them to either call or show up at one of the clinics.
WDG Public Health reported that on the day of July 5 4,476 COVID-19 vaccines were administeredwe are simply not in a position to send our health care workers outsid, with 4,052 of those being second doses and 424 first doses. Some 116,000 residents over the age of 12 are considered fully vaccinated to date, equal to 43.1 per cent of the eligible populationoxford_astrazeneca_covid_19_vaccine.
In Dufferin County, 73.3 per cent of the eligible population is partially vaccinatedThe European regulators said there have been three additional U.S. reports of clots with.