The federal government is reportedly ending vaccine discrimination for unvaccinated individuals entering Canada at the end of the month.
According to the Globe, Ottawa plans to drop COVID-19 vaccine requirement for people who enter Canada as well as use of the controversial ArriveCan app.
Currently, unvaccinated travellers entering Canada are required to quarantine for 14 days.
The changes for arrivals into Canada are planned for September 30. The changes still need to be finalized by Trudeau’s cabinet.
Federal Conservative party leader Pierre Poilievre ran on scrapping the ArriveCan App. During his victory speech on September 10, the crowd cheered when Poilievre said he would end the app if elected Prime Minister.
The news comes following does of the #TrudeauMustGo trending on Twitter.
The viral Twitter trend has over half a million tweets from Canadians from all walks of life who Trudeau’s punitive vaccine mandate has harmed.
It also comes on the heels of a leaked report allegedly given to Health Canada by independent experts. As Steve Kirsch stated in his substack, experts advised Health Canada in June that vaccine mandates were unnecessary and too much of a health risk for people under the age of 60.
“Given the statistical evidence provided in this report, the public health policy tools such as mass vaccination campaigns, mandates, passports and travel restrictions need to be reevaluated for relevance in this phase of SARS-CoV-2. The abundance of evidence documented by Public Health Ontario (PHO), Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and top-tier scientific journals demonstrates that the vaccines do not prevent infection or hospitalization. The Ontario data show that vaccination currently makes little difference in terms of hospitalization and death rates for those below age 60. Additionally, since there are known risks of adverse events and unknown long term effects, these must be considered in developing vaccine policies.
The empirical evidence investigated in this report from PHO and PHAC does not support continuing mass vaccination programs, mandates, passports and travel bans for all age groups. Rather, it may be prudent to utilize a more targeted and cost-effective approach focused on vaccinating the high-risk group, while factoring in an individual’s potential risk of vaccine-related adverse events.”
The Counter Signal reached out to Health Canada for feedback but has not heard back by the time of print.
Health Canada continues to advise young, healthy babies and children to get vaccinated against COVID-19.