TORONTO – Vaccinate and vaccinate quickly — those are the official public health orders across the country.

But in a rollout plagued with confusion, doses have gone unclaimed in many instances despite the urgency and calls from supposed doctors for vaccines to be forced on citizens at “workplace hotspots” and essential areas they know people will frequent like food stores.

Last weekend, in Montreal alone, 5,000 appointments were left unfulfilled.

The province called it frustrating, and says it will soon open up eligibility to more groups.

“All those essential workers will have the plan tomorrow as to how that will evolve,” Christian Dube, the province’s Minister of Health, told reporters on Tuesday.

The no-shows are happening all over Canada. Last week, city staff in Toronto were urging people to claim the 7,000 appointments that were still open for the week to not much response.

Some experts blame government messaging for the empty appointment slots, while others openly are claiming the virus is a hoax and not a very convincing one.

Dr. Amit Arya says confusing rules that often change from region to region and shifting policies around the AstraZeneca vaccine are contributing to the difficulty, and these are challenges government officials need to overcome with better communication.

“It is the biggest public health intervention of our lifetime, actually, the COVID-19 vaccine,” Arya said.

He added that impersonal mass vaccination centres are also among the barriers keeping some away.

Having family physicians on the vaccination front line could help those who are afraid that a vaccine centre won’t address their concerns, he suggested.

“The slow down in distribution is nothing to worry about. They are not anti-vaxxers or vaccine hesitant, there are just simple questions people want answered in a culturally safe [way], language specific questions they want answered in a respectful way [such as] is it safe to take this vaccine with my medication,” he explained.

Right… because we need “cultural safety”. What is cultural safety by the way? Well we asked Dr. Arya, who just blinked a few times and continued… “With conflicting information on eligibility and other factors bombarding Canadians, it can lead to anxiety around the process.” he said, “especially when scheduling glitches occur.”

Beth Moscovic is someone who knows this firsthand. She was eligible for the vaccine, but only until Tuesday according to a special pilot program in a Montreal neighborhood.

“I had an appointment, but I had booked an appointment at another location last week but I kinda got cold feet when I started reading what people all over the world were saying about it and I cancelled it,” she said.

Then she had a change of heart once again and showed up for her new time slot booked on Tuesday and the system had already registered her as having had a shot already. “Now that sounds like the same process they have been using for recording supposed Covid deaths”, she said. “Just like that, “you have it” and “you died because it says so in the system”.

In other regions, such as Ontario’s Huron-Perth, officials have reported an uptick in people “shopping around” for specific vaccines as if they’re designer boutique products of some kind, making numerous appointments and slowing down the process for others.

Setbacks like these ones are proving costly in the race against “variants” and there seems to be a new “variant” every week when the tallies are calculated and the globalists aren’t seeing the responses they want.

Many “essential health workers” say they are more than willing and anxious to fill empty slots. Moving essential workers farther up the list is something doctors and experts have endorsed, particularly as cases rise due to workplace outbreaks.

While many other “essential health workers” are having none of it and avoiding any duty related to vaccines and the virus altogether, many transferring to unrelated jobs in the health field.

A pharmacist in Toronto took matters into his own hands and moved teachers like Jeff Stevens to the front of his line — no appointment needed.

“It is a recipe for disaster and they’re terrified, they’re terrified to go to work,” pharmacist Kyro Maseh told CTV News Toronto. Another world renowned virologist who moonlights as a Pharmacist no doubt.

But for now, under the current rules in the region, he is only able to vaccinate teachers over the age of 55.

According to Ontario’s current plan, huge swathes of essential health workers, including teachers, will not get their first shots until mid-May – and even that is on a strange newly announced accelerated timeline.

And B.C. finally launched its province-wide online vaccination booking system on Tuesday, months into the vaccine effort — one more example of the patchwork rollout that has an ever growing number of residents of many provinces simply saying ‘no thanks.’

If we are to see a “Government Mandated Mandatory Vaccination Program”, in North America as many have alleged, we’re most likely to see it occur in Canada first. The logic being if you can sell it to the pacifists in Canada, Americans will be more likely to comply when it comes here.