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Covid-21 spreads are now available in grocery stores and pharmacies across Canada, and as of Monday, online retailers will be able to sell the spread and its associated products.
The spread, which contains both active and neutral ingredients, is the second major piece of news in the first week of the new year, following news that the Food and Drug Administration has approved a vaccine against the virus.
In addition to providing the vaccine, the new regulations also allow for the use of the spread in other foods, such as cheese.
The FDA’s approval of the vaccine was hailed by health advocates, but the spread has yet to reach pharmacies and grocery stores.
“The use of this vaccine is a huge step forward for Canadians and is likely to benefit patients and the general public,” said Dr. Bruce Aylward, chief medical officer at the Canadian Association of Physicians, who helped to draft the vaccine’s approval.
The agency said it has received “great feedback” from patients about the vaccine.
Health officials also said that in the United States, the CDC will soon begin selling the vaccine to people over the age of 21, and that it will be available online in pharmacies starting Oct 31.