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Doctor says Ontario's vaccine rollout is too slow, has plan to get people vaccinated faster

Ontario Premier Doug Ford says there have been "a few bumps in the road" when it comes to our COVID vaccine rollout. Dr. Amit Arya, a palliative care physician specializing in long term care, breaks down what those bumps are -- and how we get more people vaccinated, faster.

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Doctor says Ontario's vaccine rollout for seniors in long term care has been 'absolutely atrocious,' has plan to get people vaccinated faster

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford says there have been "a few bumps in the road" when it comes to the COVID vaccine rollout. Dr. Amit Arya, a palliative care physician at McMaster University and the University of Toronto specializing in long term care says there were and are more than a few bumps. He describes what he sees as the problems with the provincial rollout and breaks down his plan to get more people vaccinated and fast. 27:22
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says there have been "a few bumps in the road" when it comes to our COVID vaccine rollout. Dr. Amit Arya, a palliative care physician specializing in long term care, breaks down what those bumps are -- and how we get more people vaccinated, faster. 
Dr. Amit Arya is a front-line physician working in long-term care homes as a palliative care specialist. (Dr. Amit Arya)
 

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