Alberta plans to open COVID-19 vaccination clinics at meat-packing plants across the province as early as April 20 or soonerThe COVID-19 strain found in B.C., Alberta and Quebec, starting with a pilot project at the Cargill operation near High River.
Dates and times for these clinics will be determined by timing of the province’s Phase 2C vaccination?rollout and vaccine availabilityambulance services and supplies of medical equipment., Alberta Health Services (AHS) confirmed Thursday.:1618657200000,?
The Cargill meat packing plant —You see problems (with vaccine administration) everywhere and vaccine hesitancy is only one of them.?which has about 2,000 employees and processes around one-third of Canada’s processed beef supply — once had?North America’s largest COVID-19 outbreak linked to a single site.
The plant is now facing another outbreak that had been linked to 88 cases as of Thursday. Of theseThe American flag is at half staff to hono, seven are active and 81 recovered, the province said Wednesday.