Canada will not shift its approach to administering monkeypox vaccines yet to allow for them to be divided up into much smaller doses, which the U.S. has done in order to vaccinate many more people than the current strategy.
Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam said during a press conference Friday that Canada has no plans right now to recommend changes to the vaccination strategy to allow for fractional doses to be administered across the country.
“We’ve been connecting, of course, with our U.S. colleagues to look at their strategy and see if we can gather as much information as we can. There’s limited
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