Reports indicate Justin Trudeau will finally end vaccination restrictions and the mandatory use of ArriveCan for travellers.
“Global News can confirm that Prime Minister Trudeau has signed off on an end to vaccination restrictions to enter Canada, and with that ArriveCan becomes optional when current public health restrictions expire Sept 30th. Cabinet will discuss masking on trains and planes today,” tweeted Mercedes Stephenson of Global News.
Unvaccinated individuals will no longer have to quarantine for 14 days following flying, and no one will have to use the invasive ArriveCan app.
This news confirms the Globe’s story on Monday on account of anonymous Liberal MPs who said the app and the vaccine requirement would become optional by October.
On Tuesday, Minister of Transport Omar Alghabra refused to confirm or deny the reports, waiting for Trudeau to have the final say.
Previously, unvaccinated individuals could not fly or travel by train, which coerced many Canadians into getting vaccinated so they could keep their jobs, travel, or visit loved ones.
Canada is one of the last countries in the world to lift the medical apartheid that has caused much turmoil and division, most of which was promulgated by Trudeau and legacy media.
Last year, the Toronto Star’s front page ran a story that read in bold letters, “I have no empathy left for the wilfully unvaccinated. Let them die.”
Meanwhile, Trudeau associated unvaccinated persons as being racists, extremists, and sexists, who don’t believe in science.
This year, Trudeau got infected with COVID twice after receiving 3 of the COVID vaccines. His first infection came during the freedom convoy protests in Ottawa. Trudeau refused to meet with protestors.
Last month, Trudeau warned of increased restrictions unless at least 80% of the population gets vaccinated for a 3rd, 4th, or 5th time, depending on their most previous inoculation.