Vaccination acceleration glitches loom for B.C.

Sauder School of Business professor Mahesh Nagarajan has been closely following the supply chain for COVID-19 vaccines | Chung Chow

Canada’s vaccine-distribution system has suffered from shortages and delays from manufacturers as governments around the world compete for valuable vaccine doses.

That competition is likely to continue despite B.C. health officials and politicians saying March 1 that they are aiming to vaccinate all eligible British Columbians by the end of July. 

That ambitious goal comes even as Premier John Horgan said on March 1 that he anticipates 400,000 more British Columbians being vaccinated in March and April – about one tenth of the eligible British Columbians who still need to be vaccinated, and a goal that would see

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