75 percent of Canadians aged 12 and over, who participated in the survey conducted by the Canadian Statistical Institute (StatCan), said they wanted to get the Kovid-19 vaccine.
While the survey results revealed that the desire for vaccination was more than 80 percent among the participants aged 65 and over, this situation was stated in the result evaluation as a reflection of the fact that people over the age of 65 are at risk of more serious complications.
StatCan’s survey evaluation noted that Canadians’ desire to be vaccinated varies according to their education level, while the desire to be vaccinated decreased from 70 percent among high school graduates to 65 percent among those who were not.
VACCINE DISTRIBUTION WARNING FROM CANADA HIDDEN SERVICE
On the other hand, the Canadian Secret Service CSIS warned the authorities about threats to the Kovid-19 vaccine distribution chain.
Canada’s intelligence agency, CSIS, warned that companies and their employees in the vaccine supply chain could be targeted by malicious foreign actors and threaten the largest vaccination program in Canadian history.
Briefing on recent threats to companies involved in the distribution of Kovid-19 vaccines, CSIS presented examples of operations by malicious foreign actors in other countries.
Canada has so far signed a deal for 418 million doses of various vaccines developed or currently being studied by seven extraordinary pharmaceutical companies.
The first shipment of the vaccine developed by Pfizer-BioNTech arrived in Montreal on Monday.