CBC News: The National | 1st COVID-19 vaccine doses given in Canada | Dec. 14, 2020

CBC News: The National | 1st COVID-19 vaccine doses given in Canada | Dec. 14, 2020

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Canada begins its COVID-19 vaccine rollout: Who was first in line, who’s next and how will provinces manage their supply? Plus, the doctors answer your questions about the vaccine.

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00:00 Canada administers its first COVID-19 vaccination
02:11 Quebec begins vaccinating nursing home residents
04:45 Ontario gives first doses to front-line health workers
07:41 What changes after you get the COVID-19 vaccine?
09:03 When other provinces will begin their vaccine rollout
09:44 Some provinces banking 2nd doses, others are not
13:47 Up to 219,000 more doses expected by end of Dec.
14:33 Military helping fight COVID-19 in Shamattawa First Nation
17:03 Alberta reports record 1,887 new COVID-19 cases
17:33 Ontario case numbers rising, more lockdowns
17:59 COVID concerns close some schools early
20:17 Man who threw trailer hitch at Indigenous woman guilty of manslaughter
23:25 U.S. begins its COVID-19 vaccination program
24:09 U.S. electoral college confirms Biden’s win; Barr resigns
26:26 Cleveland MLB team to change its name
26:40 Man rescued from waterfall on Vancouver Island
27:44 Your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine
39:26 Canada adds $485M to help global COVID-19 fight
40:03 Uganda's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic
43:49 The Moment | First COVID-19 vaccinations

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