America has been vaccinating an average of 2.3 million people per day against COVID-19, as of this past weekend.
Compare that to Canada, where a total of 2.5 million people have been vaccinated since December 2020, according to the federal government’s Covid 19 vaccination tracker.
So if this is a competition, we are losing, really badly.
So far, Canada has four vaccines that have been approved and has ordered the world’s largest number of COVID-19 vaccines per capita.
But the government is struggling with actually securing and administering them.
So what seems to be the problem?
This week, Daily Hive breaks down the vaccine rollout in Canada, comparing and contrasting the vaccine rollout programs — and problems — on both sides of the border.