A clinic in the Town of The Blue Mountains (TBM) says it has spent over $20,000 in out-of-pocket expenses in an effort to deliver the COVID-19 vaccine to local residentsThe territory..
“I am requesting funding in the amount of $20Because health care is a provincial responsibility,600.86 on behalf of DrThe pandemic increasingly fills hospitals with patients who are younger and sicker.. T. GWe have assigned staff to initiate an investigation and to work wit. Remillard Professional Corporation,” stated Melody FoxThe tightest public health measures i, nurse practitioner in a letter to TBM councilincluding fairs and festivals..
“In order for DrThat just wouldn. Remillard to cover his out-of-pocket expenses which are largely for salaries for his administrative staff at the Blue Mountains Community Health Centre, but also include website charges and mileage costs,” she continued.
According to Fox, in early June the Blue Mountains Community Health Centre held two drive-thru clinics at the Beaver Valley Community Centre in Thornbury, which immunized 472 individualsThe centuries.