"The Government of Canada is responsible for obtaining the supply of COVID-19 vaccines; the Province has responsibility for distributing the vaccines and identifying priority groups established under the Province's framework", the release explains.
Health officials reported that 46 more people have died due to COVID-19.
The deaths all involved people 60 or older.
There are an additional 2,990 resolved cases of the virus.
The number of hospitalizations is not available today.
Pfizer's Belgian plant supplies all shots delivered outside the U.S. Fortin said other countries have been impacted this week and that Canada will be impacted next week.
All passengers have been cleared.
Nationally, there are 68,413 cases listed as active and 18,462 deaths. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was the first vaccine authorized for use in the U.K. the European Union and the United States.
In a tweet, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the government will not hesitate to take the strong action needed to keep Canadians safe from COVID-19 while maintaining essential trade with worldwide partners. There are 52,871 COVID-19 tests still under investigation.More news: Inauguration Day fashion of Sen. Bernie Sanders inspires bobblehead
Everyone entering Canada must follow mandatory isolation or quarantine requirements.
But just a day later, on Tuesday, the City of Toronto issued an update saying the province was directing the clinic to "immediately" pause operations - three days earlier than expected.
Seventy-two per cent of the new cases are in the hotspots around the GTHA, Windsor-Essex and Niagara.
But even if that point is understood, many officials in Europe said they were disappointed by what they saw as a lack of smooth communication.
There have been 1,025 confirmed positive cases in the province since the start of the pandemic.
The province is considering easing some restrictions on store openings and public gatherings in southern and central regions by the end of the week.
Of the latest deaths, 33 were among long-term care home residents.
A number of US states also are reporting difficulty getting their hands on enough vaccines.
"This vaccine is the difference between life and death for our most vulnerable", said Ford. Anything below one suggests the spread is coming under control.More news: Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer return to spearhead England’s tour of India
"So this is a combination of timing... and the measures, in my opinion", she said.
The remaining case is under investigation in the eastern zone and involves a worker on a Marine Atlantic ferry which runs between Cape Breton and Newfoundland and Labrador.
The health unit said 335 people were listed as recovered.
In the meantime, Canada will continue to experience a "temporary" delay in shipments resulting in an average weekly reduction of 50 per cent of incoming doses.
The individual was in Ottawa for medical travel.
The Ontario Medical Association said misinformation is now being spread amongst all age groups within the province, most notably among people 34 and under.
Ontario has administered more than 200,000 COVID-19 vaccinations and are ahead of schedule when it comes to providing vaccines to protect the province's most vulnerable citizens.
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