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garyhaupt

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This post is intended as a heads-up to those heading north in the next while. If it is used to to comment on your particular beliefs..it will get taken down. Please try to respect the intent to our fellow travellers.



Vaccine Passports coming to BC and Quebec.

https://www.castanet.net/news/Vernon/343........have-to-show-proof-of-vaccination#343713

https://globalnews.ca/news/8133780/bc-proof-vaccination-program/

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It will be coming in many more places as well.

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How about when the doctor's office asks to see your Medicare card and other insurance coverage?


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How about when the doctor's office asks to see your Medicare card and other insurance coverage?

Apples and oranges. They are looking for payment. Vax card requestors are looking to deny entry.


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I guess it would help but way too easy to make or acquire counterfeit cards as of now. My vaccination card from CDC is easily forged or copied since they have no discernable differences than regular copier paper, maybe a bit thicker which is easy to attain at any office supply store.

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An incredibly slippery slope for something of dubious value. If what we are being told about vaccinations is correct, the primary threat is to the unvaccinated. In the US, vaccines are widely available and cost free. The only people over the age of 12 who are unvaccinated are that way by choice. So they have put themselves in harms way.
Furthermore, recent studies have tended to show that vaccinated people can carry and spread a viral load equal to the unvaccinated. That means that the threat a vaccinated person creates in spreading the virus is equal to that of the unvaccinated. Therefore, being vaccinated only benefits that individual, not others around them.

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I do not anticipate visiting Canada so no effect on me and our will be gone soon. Cheers to the ears.

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So this is like when countries require visitors be vaccinated against diseases like yellow fever, only different right?

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Is everything a conspiracy? We’ve lost one family member to Covid. I don’t want to lose another.


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Wow...One response and this thread was headed south. Some people just can't help themselves.


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