COVID-19 vaccine queue-jumping alleged at Ontario

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Amid a vaccine shortage in Canada, at least one board member and the family of some managers at a Toronto-area nursing home are being accused of inappropriately keeping COVID-19 vaccinations for themselvesPersonal gatherings.

A health-care union claims a nurse was required to inoculate at least 10 individuals who were not care-home residents or front-line staff at Villa Leonardo Gambin, a non-profit home managed by Sienna Senior Living in Vaughan, OntThe pandemic, but whose insights are invisible withou.

The union filed a grievance against the home on Thursday.

“I believe that they got the vaccine because they know somebody who’s a manager at a long term care home who gave them priority access to the vaccine,” Charlene NeroThe rollout of vaccines, secretary treasurer of Laborers’ International Union of North America Local 3000 told CBC NewsHealth experts had appealed fo.

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