Vaccine Passports for Restaurants, Yes or No?

Before things return to some semblance of normal there might be an in-between time when unrestricted dining inside restaurants could require proof of vaccination against Covid-19. Such ‘vaccine passports’ could come in a variety of forms, from digital apps to government issued cards. It’s one of the ways in which other nations (eg. Japan, Israel, Denmark) are already accelerating their return to life with concerts, weddings, conventions, sporting events, restaurants and bars. Here in BC, discussions are already taking place about introducing something similar, which begs the question…

Do you support the idea of vaccine passports?

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