Monday, July 15, 2024
Letters to the Editor

COVID-19 vaccine

Dear Editor,
Regarding the many governments and countries working to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.
All health experts have stated that until a vaccine is created, tested and mass distributed, we are living in extreme danger of transmitting the disease and prolonging the pandemic.
Sadly, many 1,000s of people all across Canada and the U.S. have stated that they will not take the vaccination nor will they give it to their children.
How can those children be allowed back into our schools and playgrounds, or the adults allowed back into offices and busy work places where, if infected they will spread the disease all over again?
What are the government’s plans for non-compliance of those not taking this vaccine when available?
Can they still fly, take transit, go to sporting events and mix with everyone?
I am deeply concerned about their death defying choice, which should not be a choice.
Can someone from our government please tell me how this will be handled provincially and federally?

Mick Armitage
Ottawa, ON

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