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May 26, 2021: HKPR region had been receiving the lowest vaccine allocation per capita in the province
Publication
Kawartha411.ca, 26 May 2021
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Description
Creator
Vanmeer, Pamela, Reporter
Media Type
Text
Newspaper
Item Type
Articles
Description
Our local coronavirus vaccination rate is in line with the provincial average, despite having been allocated the lowest number of vaccines per capita in Ontario. Dr. Natalie Bocking expects that the supply will increase in June.
Publisher
Kawartha411
Place of Publication
Kawartha Lakes, ON
Date of Publication
26 May 2021
Date Of Event
26 May 2021
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Bocking, Natalie, Dr.
Language of Item
English
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May 26, 2021: HKPR region had been receiving the lowest vaccine allocation per capita in the province


Our local coronavirus vaccination rate is in line with the provincial average, despite having been allocated the lowest number of vaccines per capita in Ontario. Dr. Natalie Bocking expects that the supply will increase in June.