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The Trudeau Liberals announced on Tuesday that it will be suspending the vaccine mandate for domestic travel and outbound international flights. Measures will be suspended starting on June 20.
Federal ministers Jean-Yves Duclos, Omar Alghabra, Dominic LeBlanc, and Mona Fortier made the announcement from Ottawa.
“Canadians may wonder, is this too fast or is this too slow? It has been very tough for Canadians these past two years. Our job as a national government has always been to keep Canadians safe. If the situation takes a turn for the worst, we are prepared to bring back the policies necessary to protect Canadians,” said LeBlanc, boasting that the Liberal government’s prudent approach “has saved lives.”
LeBlanc said that the lifting of vaccine measures would not have a direct impact on the long wait times that have been experienced at Canada’s airports, specifically at Toronto’s Pearson Airport.
The vaccine mandate has been in effect since October 30, 2021.
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