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Canada David Staples: Trudeau needs to deliver on his promise for Canadians to be 'first in line' for vaccines

13:06  04 december  2020
13:06  04 december  2020 Source:   edmontonjournal.com

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First in line.

Has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? Especially when it comes to Canadians being first to get a vaccine to end the brutal COVID pandemic and lockdown.

First in line is what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised us on Sept. 30 in a triumphant House of Commons speech . The federal government, he said, had contracts with six companies for a “guaranteed minimum” of 174 million doses of vaccine and up to 282 million potential other doses.

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“Canada now has one of the very best portfolios for potential vaccines in the world to make sure that Canadians can be first in line as a vaccine is found,” Trudeau said.

At that point, I started to see Trudeau as Captain Vaccine. Yes, it still seemed like a safe vaccine was a long, long ways away, but at least Trudeau was making it clear this was one file he wasn’t going to mess up.

Today, like many of you, with the virus raging, hospitals struggling, our teens locked out of school and our elders locked into care facilities, I’m desperate for a vaccine.

But, behold, a miracle.

Numerous vaccines around the world have been found to be safe and effective. With my two frail parents in the brutal isolation of quarantine, I’m keen for them to cash in on Trudeau’s “first in line” promise.

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But I’m starting to wonder when that will happen. Last week Trudeau backtracked suddenly on his “first in line” promise, saying Canada would at least be behind countries like the United States, Germany and the U.K., which manufacture the promising vaccines. The majority of Canadians, he said, might be vaccinated by next September.

My doubts grew after talking to two MPs, the Don Davies of the NDP and Matt Jeneroux of the Conservatives, who have been doggedly digging into Trudeau’s COVID promises and plans since last January.

When they started to question federal vaccine plans last spring at health committee meetings, they found it difficult to pin down anything concrete in terms of production or procurement. “It essentially meant they were weeks, months, behind other countries,” Jeneroux said. “Now we’re seeing the ramifications of all that.”

Both have been frustrated by the lack of information. “It’s just been a torturous repetition of vague assurances,” Davies said.

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Jeneroux and Davies watched as Trudeau’s first big plan, working with the Chinese on a vaccine to be tested and produced in Canada, crashed in August, with the Chinese reneging on promised vaccine.

And they watched as another Trudeau promise went sideways, with construction delays hitting a new public-private Montreal lab which was slated to produce 250,000 doses in November, ramping up to two million doses per month by 2021.

Other smaller countries like Australia and Belgium are manufacturing COVID vaccines, Davies said.  “We’re hearing good news about vaccines. The problem is the good news is always from another country.”

Davies again questioned Health Canada officials last week and heard Canada is in line to get six million doses in the first quarter, which means three million Canadians might well be vaccinated by the end of March. That’s eight per cent of the population, he said, but not everyone in the highly vulnerable cohort of four million Canadians over the age of 70.

Davies suspects the government’s contracts aren’t as nailed down as the Liberals have suggested. “I’m nervous and I’m suspicious when someone tells me they have 480 million (doses) coming but they can’t tell me how many or when.”

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The U.S. government appointed a military general last May to head up distribution, Davies said. The Liberals didn’t do so until last week. The U.S. has also taken possession of Pfizer vaccine even though it’s not yet been approved so it will be ready to go the moment approval might come. “Canada has not done that,” Davies said. “Shouldn’t it be receiving the Pfizer vaccine pending Health Canada approval?”

In the rough world of partisan politics, it’s best for his NDP if the Liberals prove incompetent, Davies said, but this is one issue where he hopes they do not fail.

“Canadians do want them to succeed. We all want them to.”

Yes, we do. Like Davies, I’m no fan of Trudeau’s government, not with its ruinous oil and gas policy and out-of-control spending. But for the sake of my own family and other Canadian families, I am desperate for the Liberals to get this COVID file right.

It’s one thing to act like Captain Vaccine. It’s another thing to actually deliver tens of millions of doses on time as promised. But that’s what I still hope that Trudeau can pull off.

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