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This article was published 13/10/2009 (2812 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
In the federal government's weekly briefing on the pandemic, Dr. David Butler-Jones emphasized there has been no delay in delivering Canada's H1N1 vaccine and that it will be ready for large-scale immunization programs the first week of November, if not sooner.
"The first lots have been bottled and are currently being quality-tested, packaged and prepared for shipping to the provinces and territories," Butler-Jones said in a teleconference from Iqaluit.
-- Canwest News Service