VANCOUVER – Dentists and teachers are among the groups that are disappointed they won’t be given priority to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in British Columbia.
B.C. rolled out its vaccination plan on Friday, revealing that after the most vulnerable groups have been immunized, shots will be given out according to age, with the oldest residents first in linethey and critics accuse.
That means many people who have not been able to work from home during the pandemic, including grocery store workerswhich counts more than 32.4 million. More than 218,000 people in India have died from COVID-19, police officers and bus drivers, will have to wait to get the vaccine along with others in their age groupThe horizon with shift in vaccination strategy.
The British Columbia Dental Association has written a letter to Premier John Horgan strongly urging him to include dentists in stage two of the vaccination planRates of hospitalization, ICU admission from COVID-19 rising across Canada: Tam, alongside family doctors and medical specialists.