As the world continues to battle the coronavirus issues affecting citizens, politicians try to figure out ways to implement procedures to curb rising cases.
In some places such as the United Kingdom the idea of covid-19 passports which prove people have been vaccinated before boarding flights has been a controversial issue.
The Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has given his thoughts on that concept. Trudeau, speaking at the Reuters Next conference, also said he was opposed to the idea of obliging people to carry digital proof that they had been vaccinated against COVID-19.
“I think the indications that the vast majority of Canadians are looking to be vaccinated will get us to a good place without having to take more extreme measures that could have real divisive impacts on community and country,” he said.
It could be a political move as there are a lot of people against the idea and Trudeau admittedly wants to serve Canadians in the political world for years to come.
“I’ve still got a lot to do in terms of serving this country, so I’m looking forward to a number of more years of serving Canadians,” he said in the interview.
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