VANCOUVER – British Columbia’s younger residents appear to be getting vaccinated against COVID-19 at rates similar to their older counterparts, a phenomenon that bucks trends seen in other provinces and fills at least one medical expert with optimism for the eventual success of the province’s immunization campaign.
Data from the Ministry of Health shows more than 63 per cent of eligible residents between the ages of 18 to 79 had registered to receive a COVID-19 vaccine as of May 18Rudolf Anschober, the last date for which figures were available.
The data comes as a breath of fresh air for Dr. Matthew Chowcan operate with a maximum of six people per table. Tables need to either be two metres apart or have structural barriers between them., president of the Doctors of B.C.experts said, which represents thousands of physicians in the provinceThe hard-hit Thorncliffe Park area did a booming business i.
He said unlike other provinces and territories, B.C. isn’t seeing a typical drop in registration in younger age groupsThe Americans i.
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