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Two {couples} who acquired their first COVID-19 vaccines at residence in Ontario need the Nova Scotia authorities to verify they are going to be provided a second dose quickly.

The couple spend their summers in Sandy Cove, NS

Sandra Cunningham and Suzanne Smith have each been coming to Nova Scotia for many years, returning for the tranquility and luxury of a small coastal group.

“I’ve kinfolk who found the village of Sandy Cove in 1964 and acquired a home right here, and we have been coming again ever since,” mentioned Cunningham. “My husband and I’ve now taken over the household residence.

“Sandy Cove was our haven.”

Smith and companion Virginia Puddicombe personal a home down the road.

Initially from Windsor, NS, Smith moved to Kingston, Ontario to check and made it her residence besides throughout the summer season.

“It has been 30 years this yr since we purchased this home to come back again for our summer season trip,” mentioned Smith.

This spring, each {couples} returned earlier than journey restrictions have been imposed to stop different seasonal guests from getting into the province. Smith got here early to handle her aged mother and father.

Each {couples} got the primary dose earlier than leaving for Nova Scotia in hopes that it might give them some safety from the virus, however makes an attempt to safe their second dose have been unsuccessful.

They emailed or referred to as the province to guide second doses however have not acquired affirmation that they’ll obtain them.

Smith mentioned she and Puddicombe have now handed the date they’d have acquired their second doses if they’d stayed in Ontario.

“We’re past now, and approach past that, and nonetheless no info, so I will most likely search for info sooner fairly than later, that is all,” mentioned Smith.

Sandra Cunningham and husband Richard Davis in 2018. (Richard Davis)

Cunningham and her husband Richard Davis are in the identical state of affairs and have gotten more and more pissed off that others their age can reschedule their second vaccinations sooner than anticipated as a result of rising availability of vaccines in Nova Scotia.

“That window of time is correct now in Nova Scotia for a second dose, so individuals who acquired their first dose listed below are growing their second dose, which we have not heard of,” mentioned Cunningham. “I simply wish to be handled like everybody else. No higher, no worse.”

Earlier this week, Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia Chief Medical Officer of Well being, put apart considerations about exceeding the utmost time between vaccinations beneficial by the Nationwide Advisory Committee on Immunizations.

“There’s nothing magical about 105 days,” mentioned Strang. “These individuals, together with different people who find themselves right here within the province, can be concerned once we introduce entry to the second [doses].

“It’s possible you’ll be a bit of older than your 105 days. There isn’t any threat in any respect. We’re not going to make them a precedence.

Smith mentioned she was not on the lookout for a favors. “I am simply on the lookout for affirmation that I am within the system.”

To Cunningham, Strang appeared pissed off that folks “from far-off” felt “entitled,” however she, too, mentioned all she needed was to be handled like everybody else within the province.

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