Some Manitoba immunizers say they’re interacting with a different kind of patient these days.
Earlier in the COVID-19 vaccination campaign, many showed up to supersites and pharmacies at the first opportunity and enthusiastically rolled up their sleeves.
These days, amid looming government vaccine mandates, the general mood has taken a turn, said Colette Dunlop.
Dunlop runs a small pharmacy in La Broquerie, where she says most people coming in to get the shot now are frustrated, saying they feel forced and aren’t happy to be there. Some are reluctant to sign consent forms.
“Some have just sat there and cried because they really don’t
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