Canada has something to celebrate as it surpasses the U.S. in first and double vaccinations after initially lagging far behind. As of July 16, 68 per cent of the population has received one dose and more than 43 per cent has received two. Quebec is doing even better than the Canadian average at more than 72 per cent for single doses as of July 19, according to the Government of Quebec, though it is still below the national average on double doses at just over 40 per cent.
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