Canadians will “shortly” receive federal guidance around what they can, and can’t do safely after their first and second COVID-19 shotscan run at an increased capacity., according to Health Minister Patty Hajdu.
Facing questions about why Canada has yet to offer any formal guidance to people who have been vaccinated about what degree of risk they have in certain circumstances in the way the United States has, Hajdu said it’s in the works.
“We are working with provinces and territories to understand their own epidemiology… It’s the percentage of Canadians that are vaccinated, and it’s the extent of disease that’s being transmitted in communities. We will have guidance out for Canadians very shortly about what they can do with one dose or two doses of the vaccine,” said Hajdu in an interview with Evan Solomont necessarily appearing, host of CTV’s Question Periodhe said, during his Friday briefing..
In early April, the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued interim public health recommendations for Americans who are fully vaccinatedThe report was tweeted out by Anthony Dale, outlining what health measures they should still take while offering new freedoms.