Calgary makes vaccine passports mandatory and here’s where you’ll need them



“Everyone, their cousin and their brother asked me to get the certificate, and so we moved forward,” he explained.

“I know a lot of people are concerned about the certificate and what it means for your civil liberties. I know this is a divisive issue, and it’s understandable. I want you to know that I hear you, our government understands your concerns, and it’s no secret that I was reluctant to use this tool. “

“But our biggest concern, which keeps me awake at night, is making sure that we never lose our hard-fought progress. We can’t afford to shut down again or have a sudden spike in cases like us. let’s see it in other provinces across the country. “

“And I really believe that this tool, these certificates, they are the best chance to get through these next few months without having to back down. But let me be very clear, this is a temporary and exceptional measure, and we will only use these certificates for as long as they are needed and not a day longer. “

Best Doc Says Vaccination Certificate Won’t End Soon

Dr Peter Jüni, of the Scientific Advisory Table, told Narcity he believes if the Delta variant doesn’t get “more difficult” and everything is going well in Ontario’s schools and health care system, vaccination certificates could be lifted between April and June 2022..

“It will depend on the epidemiological situation. There are two different possibilities. One is that Delta, in its current state of mutation, is here to stay, but it does not get more difficult. This means that we are now facing one the next few months which are dominated by two considerations: One is to keep our intensive care units and our hospital capacity afloat, ensuring that they are not overwhelmed in general and ensuring that schools for children under 12 are as safe as possible. “

Jüni says the next step will be to vaccinate children aged 5 to 11, which he says could take place in late November, early December or maybe January before the children return to school.

Jüni says that in the spring of 2022, if we are still dealing with Delta, “we will have a situation where we will have a continuous number of cases, probably relatively stable. […] But we can open more because of the change of weather and the change in people’s behavior, and that in this situation would then be the potential transition to an endemic state where we have continuous transmission but a situation where our health system is not. not overwhelmed. “

“And then that would be the time when one would consider phasing out vaccine certificates sometime between April and maybe June 2022.”

What if Delta becomes more difficult?

Regarding the Delta variant which could mutate, says Jüni, “it is important not to paint an image that is too dark”.

“I think right now what people need to understand is also when we compare ourselves to Alberta that we’re actually in a very, very good shape. People have a lot of freedoms, but like they help with the precautions, and they keep on masking, going on social distancing, you know, working from home if they can, etc. In fact, we work really well with the, you know, the high vaccine tolerance that we have, and I would consider it still considerably more likely that we would become endemic this spring. ”

Jüni says that while it’s possible for Delta to become more difficult to manage, from his perspective, we’re unlikely to struggle with a variant this spring that would escape COVID-19 vaccines or threaten immunity more than the variant. Current delta

However, Jüni said it was important for people to know that vaccination certificates were never meant to be permanent.

“It is really important to know that with these certificates, it is a measure to be taken to maintain the economy, to keep you in the know, the freedoms for the majority of people who are fully vaccinated while keeping those who are. vulnerable than the unvaccinated safe from trouble and the risk of ending up in our intensive care units and hospitals. “

“For anyone who is still skeptical, this was always meant, design-wise, as a temporary measure. It was never meant to be permanent.”


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