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@8QYJ7B5 from Illinois answered…11mos

@8T3SC9Vfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Government has no right to affect your traveling and health ability.

@77QDMZN from Texas answered…2yrs

Absolutely not; vaccine passports force people to get a vaccine--specifically the COVID19 vaccine, which is not FDA approved, and has no extensive data about its side effects or effectiveness. The government should not force people to participate in a clinical trial, even if its past multiple states of study and testing.

@8SWGJ5Kfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

sure, but as long as not having a vaccine passport means that you can still travel. ( it doesn't take away your mobility rights).

@8ST6S8Rfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

No, there is no data that shows that current covid "vaccines" prevent the transmission of covid-19. Authorized for emergency use does not mean approved and it definitely does not mean safe.

@8SR7GPZ from Alabama answered…2yrs

Controlling the movement of the people should be viewed as unconstitutional. Some countries ask you to get vaccines for malaria or yellow fever, but covid is similar to the flu. It’s can be deadly, but the flu claims thousands every year, but never require special identification to work, travel, or just enjoy life.

@8SLS73Sfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

NO. That is against the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and violates bodily autonomy. The government should have absolutely no say in what I do with my body.

@8SHNHYVfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this could segregate society. We also are too early to decide this. If this does get issued, people who are not vaccinated, for whatever reason could face discrimination and will be perceived as having COVID-19, this could create injustices. We should never implement this system. This is also against the constitution.

@8SF7HN3from Quebec  answered…2yrs

Yes, but only for international travel. Passports should be encouraged for inter zone travel and masks should be mandatory for travel until the pandemic is resolved.

@8SCWFQWfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

@7GP32QV from California answered…2yrs

No, and ban the private sector from issuing or requiring vaccine passports.

@8S4G7FNLibertarianfrom New Brunswick  answered…2yrs

Not mandatory, but needed to enter establishments and fly. If no passport, mask required.

@semiresponsive from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as it is up to individuals, businesses (or governments) to determine their own policy for allowing entry to non-vaccinated individuals. (i.e - it's your right to not get vaccinated, but it's my right to not serve you if you're not)

@8S23T27from Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this is the first step towards a Chinese social credit system.

@Faenyxfrom Manitoba  answered…2yrs

NO. That is against the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and violates bodily autonomy. The government should have absolutely no say in what I do with my body, and should not be allowed to dictate our lives if we choose not to be a guinea pig.

@Faenyxfrom Manitoba  commented…2yrs

NO. That is against the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and violates bodily autonomy. The government should have absolutely no say in what I do with my body, and should not be allowed to dictate our lives if we choose not to be a guinea pig. Vaccines are NOT proven effective, especially the covid vax (which is not even a vaccine. It is gene therapy), which is NOT proven effective, NOT fda approved (it is only being given because Trudeau is keeping us in a state of emergency. When he lifts the state, the shots can't be given until trials are over. The trials for the shots aren't over …  Read more

@8RWBHS3from Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this will segregate society into a 2-tier system. This could deny service and freedom to people who can't be vaccinated for medical reasons and from having a social life. This practice is also unconstitutional and illegal

@8RVPFGJ from Missouri answered…2yrs

@8RR2D5JConservativefrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

No, add stamps to Passports for travel purposes and digitize healthcare records for electronic tracking of vaccines.

@8RK5FXDfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, the pandemic is over and the lockdowns should have ended last year.

@8RJ5L74from Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this will segregate society into a 2-tiered social system. This will turn into a situation where everyone who (may not be for political or personal reasons) medically cannot be vaccinated getting turned away from grocery shopping, restaurants, clubs, schooling, etc. We cannot do this at anytime for constitutional reasons and moral reasons. This should be stopped. We also do not yet know if the vaccine will prevent infection either. So no, this should not be implemented.

@republicson answered…2yrs

@8R7HN7VPeople’s Partyfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this takes away one’s individual rights to choose. This is a complete violation of our Freedoms. This is Canada not Communist country.

@8R396JSfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Yes and no. It is a violation of someones body autonomy to be forced to take a vaccine, which they basically would be if they needed to work or leave the country. On the other hand, anti-vaxer's are stupid and uneducated, and they shouldn't be allowed to spread disease becasue they want to.

@8R26JKWfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this will segregate society, meaning that this will place unvaccinated people as second-class citizens and will put them into house arrest. This will also have a negative impact especially on communities of remote location which don't have an identification acquisition centre and people who are healthy enough to not need vaccination.

@8QS8GXGfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No we are too early in the pandemic to decide this, and what good would it do, it can always be faked fir nefarious deeds.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but the option should be allowed to either have a vaccine passport or continue to wear a mask.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but the option should be allowed to either have a vaccine passport or continue to wear a mask

@8QFCQGTNew Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

@8QD4K4Kfrom Alberta  answered…2yrs

Yes, for the purpose of travel. They should not be mandatory for other things and everyone should still wear a mask until we are no longer in a defined pandemic. Making vaccine passports mandatory for general activities takes away a person's right to chose whether or not to be vaccinated without punishment. Vaccine passports would however be highly beneficial for travel with the objective of reducing the spread of the Coronavirus.

@8QCWKL6from Alberta  answered…2yrs

No, that is tyrannical and authoritarian. 1984 was a warning, NOT an instruction manual for Pete’s sake. We live in a FREE country, where people are free to make their own choices about their lives. Their body: their choice.

@84WY5BZ from GU answered…2yrs

No, the vaccination only stops you from experiencing symptoms and does not prevent the spread of the virus.

@5PYQTKR from Alaska answered…2yrs

@75KRFBJ from Nebraska answered…2yrs

@8PQ8S2T from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes, but only for international travel and everyone should still wear a mask.

@8Q5CJW3from Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this will segregate society and this will prevent unvaccinated people from having a social life. This should not be implemented.

@8PYXCGLfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No, this is a slippery slope towards denying rights and freedoms to everyone who isn't vaccinated for any reason. The passports have no base in science. We should also eliminate proof of vaccination entirely.

@8PYDKTHfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2yrs

Could you imagine the amount of falsification that would go along with this?

@8PXK8WVfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

No this will violate the constitution and the Geneva convention and Nuremberg codes

@8PXJBZS from Georgia answered…2yrs

No - I own my body and the Government should not mandate vaccination or use other means to mandate vaccination.

@8PWT939 answered…2yrs

No that is unconstitutional and a violation of a person's rights.

@8PWTMRMfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Yes, for international along with the occupation of wearing a mask.