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Approval given for Coronavirus vaccine in Canada

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Coronavirus vaccine in Canada has got the approval and the country will soon begin the largest vaccination campaign in its history. Approval is given to a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech Manufacturing. In a news release, Health Canada said that the approval for the Coronavirus vaccine in Canada was supported by evidence that it’s safe, effective, and of good quality. Canada is the third country in the world to authorize a vaccine after the United Kingdom and Bahrain.
Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau informed in a Tweet that 30,000 doses of vaccine would be arriving in the country by this Monday and up to 249,000 doses by the end of 2020. Millions more doses of vaccine will arrive in early 2021. Canada has signed contracts with seven companies and secured 414 million doses of vaccines, according to a report by the CTV. Canada is the country that has secured the highest number of COVID-19 vaccines on per capita basis.

Coronavirus vaccine in Canada and the future of immigration

Though Canada was successful in flattening the coronavirus curve during the summer, the country again witnessed a spike in the number of cases later, which led to a fresh wave of lockdowns. The country has witnessed more than 430000 coronavirus cases and some 13000 deaths.
However, the immigration system of Canada has been remaining active despite the crisis. Now the country is looking forward to the immigration system returning to normalcy following the pandemic. In the Express Entry draw held on December 9, Canada invited 5000 candidates to apply for permanent residence in Canada. Canada has already issued more than 100,000 Express Entry invitations so far this year, for the first time in the history of Express Entry. As per the country’s Immigration Levels Plan for 2021-2023, the country will be welcoming more than 400,000 immigrants each year, with an aim to compensate for the lower level of immigrant arrivals this year, owing to the pandemic.
Canada is gearing up to tackle the COVID-19 crisis and the immigration system will soon return to normalcy. If you wish to immigrate to Canada, start the preparations right away. Contact CanApprove for more information.

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