The Canadian Cancer Society is working with the province to offer the C-Series COVID vaccines to families and caregivers in the Greater Vancouver area as the province begins to ramp up the deployment of the vaccines.
The C-series COVID vaccine is expected to be available in the first half of 2019, said Dr. Eric Jansen, a senior vice-president at the Canadian Cancer Association.
The province has been testing and testing, and is now ready to release it, he said.
The government is making it possible for anyone who has received the vaccine to get a C-section, and it is expected that people who are eligible will have their C-sections on their last day of eligibility.
People will need to get the CSeries vaccine and it will also be available at pharmacies.
There will be two CSeries vaccines available for families and individuals who have had their primary care provider confirm that they have had a COVID infection.
The first one will be C57/H7N9, the second one is C57N6.
It is expected this one will come in a smaller package that is meant to be delivered to people in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Dr. Michael D’Angelo, an associate professor at the University of British Columbia’s Institute of Public Health, said the C Series vaccine is not as expensive as other COVID drugs, but is better than other vaccines because it is not injected in the body.
“The cost is in the cost per dose,” Dr. D’angelo said.
“It’s the same as any other COV drug.
The cost per CSeries dose is comparable to other drugs in the pipeline.”
Covid vaccinations are also being offered for those who can’t receive the flu shot, but do not have COVID.
The vaccines are being made available in six provinces: Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.
The vaccine will cost $10 for a four-dose package, and $20 for a six-dose set.
The Canadian Cancer Foundation has offered $25 million in funding for community health programs in Canada to provide vaccines for families in need.
The government also is funding a $1 million vaccine fund for Canadian communities that receive a CSeries COVR vaccine.
The program was announced on the eve of the coronavirus pandemic, and will help families and families who are struggling with COVD care costs and financial hardship.
For more information, call the Cancer Council at 1-866-942-2919.