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Update from H1N1 land: good news
Shrek II is over, Finding Nemo has just begun AND THE ADJUVANTED VACCINE IS HERE!
We're just heading in and remarkably the adjuvanted vaccine has arrived more or less on time. Clinic staff have done a good job of organizing us to fast-track through the system.
The lingering question here is not 'why didn't we have a supply of adjuvanted vaccine this morning?' Supply chain problems happen. The question is 'why didn't the RHA tell people about the problem so we could make the necessary adjustments?'
Still no word from RHA on why the supply shortage and why no effort to warn people. Perhaps later today someone will offer a reasonable explanation.
Over and out.
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About Dan Lett
Dan Lett came to Winnipeg in 1986, less than a year out of journalism school.
Despite the fact that he’s originally from Toronto and has a fatal attraction to the Maple Leafs, Winnipeggers let him stay.
In the following years, he has worked at bureaus covering every level of government – from city hall to the national bureau in Ottawa.
He has had bricks thrown at him in riots following the 1995 Quebec referendum, wrote stories that helped in part to free three wrongly convicted men, met Fidel Castro, interviewed three Philippine presidents, crossed several borders in Africa illegally, chased Somali pirates in a Canadian warship and had several guns pointed at him.
In other words, he’s had every experience a journalist could even hope for. He has also been fortunate enough to be a two-time nominee for a National Newspaper Award, winning in 2003 for investigations.
Other awards include the B’Nai Brith National Human Rights Media Award and nominee for the Michener Award for Meritorious Public Service in Journalism.
Now firmly rooted in Winnipeg, Dan visits Toronto often but no longer pines to live there.
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