Quebec will discuss the “calendar” with Public Health on Monday evening to fully withdraw the vaccine passport.
The prime minister, Franois Legalt, has now said he wants to eliminate it “as soon as possible” if it is approved by his scientists “without taking into account the unpredictable risks associated with the situation in hospitals.”
The Legal government’s position on the vaccine passport has grown rapidly. On February 1, Finance Minister Pierre FitzGibbon still requested for his expansion.
After that, Health Minister Christian Dubey, last Wednesday, confirmed that the vaccine passport “stayed here”, and finally on Friday mentioned the possibility of suspending it until the next wave.
The Ontario government announced on Monday that it was withdrawing the measure completely by March 1.
Bringing the Quebecars together
“It’s time to bring the Quebecars together, it’s not time to divide them. We presented the deconfinition plan last week. , Franకోois Legalt.
However it has nothing to do with demonstrations at border crossings in Ottawa and in many places across the country, where participants are calling for sanitation to be lifted, he added.
“There are a lot of Quebecs who are fed up with the actions, there are some who are competitors and we have the right to give demonstrations in Quebec, to say we do not agree with some, but to go to work to prevent siege, to prevent workers, it is not acceptable,” the CAQ leader reiterated.
On Saturday, the “Le Journal de Quebec” reported that Health Minister Christian Dubey had announced on Tuesday that the vaccine passport would no longer be mandatory in large box stores, and then a week later SAQ and SQDC on their surfaces.