ONTARIO HEALTH MINISTER GETS ASTRAZENECA SHOT ON CAMERA TO COUNTER HESISTANCY

Mar 29, 2021

By Bob Komsic

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Christine Elliott made good on a recent promise to get the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine on camera to encourage Ontarians to do the same in light of concern over reprots of blood clots in Europe.
This morning the provincial health minister got her first shot at a downtown pharmacy in front of media.
(CTV News)
”I received the AstraZeneca today, and I would certainnly want everyone who can receive any one of the vaccines, at the appropriate time, to do so,” said Elliott.
Just shy of her 66th birthday, she’s eligible to get the vaccine at a pharmacy.
”It’s important for everyone, when it’s their turn, to get a vaccine because the more people that gett vacines, the sooner we’ll be able to go back to a more normal life for everyone.”
The health minister says she’s been told she will receive her second dose in about 12-weeks.
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