A vast majority of Canadians support the idea of requiring a vaccine passport for international travelers to enter the country, a move already embraced by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Almost eight in 10 Canadians (78%) agree that all travelers entering Canada should be required to have a vaccine passport, according to a new Ipsos survey. More than half (56%) strongly support the move.
“Six in ten Canadians (61%) – compared to a global average of 54% – say that only people who have been vaccinated should be allowed to do things that involve larger groups of people, such public transit, flying, or attending cultural and sports events,” the poll said.
“A majority of Canadians expect vaccine passports to be widely used in Canada by the end of the year, with six in ten (61%) who agree (26% strongly/35% somewhat),” said the poll.
Canadian Health Minister Patty Hajdu said the government supports the idea of a “vaccine passport,” Forbes reported.
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