- For multiple, the expectancy of a third dose will have to stay until the new year.
- Prince George’s solely community vaccine hospital for adults, in the Uda dune Baiyoh (House of Ancestors) structure, will be shut from Dec. 20 to Jan. 4.
Omicron spreads in BC, on the other hand, BC clinics are shutting down for holidays:
While the Omicron variant quickly spreads, district vaccine hospitals across British Columbia are shutting for vacations — several for as long as two weeks.
In Prince George, the northern city’s solely vaccine hospital for adults will be shut from Dec. 20 to Jan. 4.
The exact ranges for hospitals in Prince Rupert and Terrace in the northwest, while those in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek in the northeast are shut from Dec. 22 to Jan. 3.
In the Interior, there are no hospitals planned in Kamloops from Dec. 22 to Jan. 2, while Vancouver has no hospitals available from Dec. 24 to 28.
Meantime, numerous British Columbians are anxiously staying for their chance to secure an appointment for a third shot, as increasing study shows the danger posed by the Omicron variant even to those completely vaccinated.
‘We must do things a little bit more fast’
“They’re playing with our lives,” stated Jean Fares, a 62-year-old Coquitlam citizen discouraged over his steps to secure an appointment for a third shot, which he is still incapable to do after acquiring his second one almost six months ago, on May 31. Source – cbc.ca
“I’m not going out, not seeing anyone … I want my vaccine.” Source – cbc.ca
Before this month, Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization extremely urged all Canadians over the age of 50 to get the third dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine six months after their second and offered those aged 18 to 49 do so as well.