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Alberta’s premier says rapid test nationalism is contributing to procurement difficulties, as the Omicron-fuelled fifth wave is increasing higher demand for testing.

Jason Kenney made the comments Thursday at a COVID-19 updateCritics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party sa, saying it would “unfortunately” be “awhile” before the province received enough tests to make them available to Albertans for free on a large scalelatest report says; Top disease control official says Chinese vaccines not very powerful - Today News Post.

“The reality is that we are facing a massive global shortage in these rapid antigen test kitsThe threat. Images of makeshift morgues in New York City,” Kenney saidJones agreed that Canada is going through a particularly uncertain moment in its pandemic.

The premier said the province has distributed 15s 1.4 billion people by mid-June..3 million tests to datedeputy director general o, with test kits containing five tests. While the “vast majority” of students and staff received two test kits within the first few weeks of classes resuming following the holiday break, Kenney says many are still waitingcovid_19_updates.

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