Canada tosses over million expired

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Canada tosses over 24 million expired COVID shots

Source: (https://bit.ly/3EFJNe9)
The Canadian government has discarded almost 25 million doses
of COVID-19 shots from various manufacturers as demand for
inoculation against the novel coronavirus has plummeted.
The National Post reported Friday that 7.7 million doses of Moderna's
mRNA-based COVID shot have now been disposed of after reaching
their expiry date, up from 1.2 million discarded doses in June.
Federal government data show a further 3.1 million Novavax COVID
jabs have also been thrown out from an order of 9.7 million,
alongside 13.6 million doses of AstraZeneca's serum. However, the
total number of discarded vaccines may be higher, for the data set
does not account for shots which expired after being delivered to
provincial governments.
Of the 9.7 million Novavax vaccines purchased, only a fraction, just
117,000, were ever distributed, while the majority of the nation's
20 million AstraZeneca shots were left in storage after reports
confirmed the Oxford-designed vaccine had been linked to dangerous
blood clotting.
Indeed, studies have indicated that COVID vaccines are much more
likely to cause injuries than to protect from infection with the virus,
particularly in young adults. A recent study from Germany found
"strong associations" between COVID inoculation and a drop
in fertility.
"The implementations of these [vaccination] programmes in both
Germany and Sweden coincide very well with a distinct change
in fertility levels exactly nine months later," the study reads,
adding that "[t]he fertility rates remained at a reduced level during
the entire first half of 2022."