@73 - It was not Trudeau that increase the injections to 4 months. That was Health Canada. (Hope you didn't take CERB after that comment
The reason being is that it was thought it better not to save vaccines (since we essential have none) for the 2nd dose and get as many people some form of protection. Incidentally, health Canada just changed the guidelines back to 28 days for transplant and immune compromised people since we are less likely to be protected after the 1st dose. If you want to be mad at someone for the lack of rollout turn to Doug Ford who currently has 400, 000 sitting in freezers and is practicing eugenics but eliminating the disabled. That said, JT is also guilty of criminal negligence when it comes to the disabled.
If you are interested in learning more, hearing about
the lawsuits, becoming an advocate for those on ODSP/CPPD pls contact me. We are trying to help someone insulate his van where he lives (in winter!) because ODSP is $600/mth. That's one sad example. There's a reason 80% of covid deaths are the disabled. We need more disabled people demanding our Charter and UNCRDP rights enforced.
As to your original question - I was told to wait at least 2 weeks post Stelara ; but my GI is consulting with my team given who complicated I am. Coincidentally I was offered the pfizer vax today when I took a family member for theres - but had to turn it down given I had Stelara 2 days ago.