Source: Raisa Patel, cbc.ca, March 08, 2021
Some jurisdictions have been looking into the idea of proof of immunization against COVID-19 as a way to allow travel within and between countries.
As the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic approaches, Canada’s health minister says requiring a vaccine passport to travel internationally is a “very live” issue as more Canadians receive shots and countries consider loosening border restrictions.
“It’s being discussed around the world. I’m a member of the G7 health ministers, we meet every couple weeks. This has been on our agenda,” Patty Hajdu said Sunday on Rosemary Barton Live.
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