Canada Agreed to Produce Foreign COVID-19 Vaccine Locally

Canada has signed the first agreement to allow domestic production of foreign coronavirus vaccines.

Canada does not have any COVID-19 vaccine production capacity, and Trudeau’s Liberal government signed the first agreement to allow domestic production of foreign coronavirus vaccines in Canada, under public pressure due to the slow rate of vaccination.

The Novavax Inc vaccine still awaiting approval from Canadian regulators-will be produced in a new government facility in Montreal, government facilities will not be ready until the end of the year.

At the moment, Canada has reached an agreement to purchase 52 million doses of vaccines from Novavax in the United States, the average number of new COVID-19 cases per day of Canada has dropped from 8,400 cases three weeks ago to 4,368 cases, inthe result of shutdown forcing provinces to close companies and restrict social gatherings.

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