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first_imgWINNIPEG — The federal government says some provincial flu vaccination programs may have to set back their timing this year due to delays and shortages.With flu season set to start, the Public Health Agency of Canada says about 55 per cent of the total flu vaccine order is currently available to distribute across the country.The agency says it aims to have 90 per cent of the supply by the end of the month.Manitoba’s Health Department has notified health-care providers that the delays may affect the number of flu shots available, and the department is delaying some advertisements that promote the vaccine.Health Minister Cameron Friesen says the province is working to ensure nursing homes and other high-priority areas get the vaccine.Friesen says the delay this year is due to manufacturers of the vaccine experiencing shortages.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 2, 2019.The Canadian Presslast_img read more