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Canada should be able to get out a COVID-19 vaccine to most by the end of next year - official

OTTAWA, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Canada has signed several agreements for potential COVID-19 vaccines and should be able to get them out to a large part of the population by the end of next year, one of Canada’s top doctors said on Tuesday.

“If all goes well... we’ll have a suite of vaccines available, and if we get delivery of those vaccines, I certainly can anticipate that as the year goes on ... (Canadians) will be able to be vaccinated and have a large part of the population covered by the end of the year,” Deputy Chief Medical Officer Howard Njoo told reporters.

Reporting by Steve Scherer Editing by Chris Reese

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