Canadians who have received two different doses of COVID-19 vaccines may face difficulties travelling to?countries where vaccine mixing has not been approved by health officials.
In JuneThe arriving workers will be offered doses o, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization issued?guidance permitting?AstraZeneca-Oxford, Pfizer-BioNTech?and2021-04-25T00:37:00Z?Moderna shots to be used interchangeably in certain situations.
But some travellers vaccinated using that advice are?starting to?face?difficulties entering countries where?mixing doses is not recognized2021-04-13T10:47:04.387Z.?
Laura Sharpe of Surrey, B.CThe summer., has one shot of Pfizer and one of Moderna. SheIn an indication of how unprecedente?booked a trip to Barbados with her husband?for the end of Augustbound fo, but they?are?now considering cancelling the trip due to that country’s quarantine rules.