Canada still plans to use its share of COVAX vaccines

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    Health Canada has approved its first single-dose vaccine for COVID-19, from Johnson & Johnson. While Canada has ordered 10 million doses — with an option to purchase 28 million more — Procurement Minister Anita Anand says the federal government still plans to procure vaccines from the COVAX program.

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