Vaccine passports: The political risk of inaction and what governments might be waiting for 1

Vaccine passports: The political risk of inaction and what governments might be waiting for

 

CTVNews.ca's Michael Stittle and Nanos Research's Nik Nanos discuss vaccine passports, Mark Carney and mail-in ballots.

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26 comments

  1. Political inaction goes together like peanut butter and jelly. Unless it allows for virtue signaling.

    1. @Lady Corona-Chan stop using reason and logic. That’s colonial thinking. Feelings don’t care about your facts.

    1. @Ryan lol actually it’s not. Even a simple google search helps you out. You anti vaxers continually spew false information that’s easily debunked. Keep trying though

  2. we need passports vaccines , so can fly any where , because in Asian you cant fly with out it and in Europe no passport no stay !

    1. @patrick mheich Seperation is necessary – Alaska through Alberta to Texas and then to Florida can be United States. East can be the control/power lefties and West can be the pot smoking worry infinite debt lefties.

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