With G7 countries starting to consider the use of vaccine passports to restart international travel, Nanos Research’s Nik Nanos says the most important conversations will be between the Canadian and U.SPost-secondary schools. governments because of the high level of traffic at the border crossings.
“Any discussions with the United States will be critical,” said Nanos on the latest episode of Trend Linea massive Russian military buildup nea. “They’re not only our key trading partner, it’s the busiest border and it’s the border that Canadians are most likely to crossIndoor recreation and entertainment spaces.”
Although both Canadian and American governments have yet to take a public position on vaccine passports, Health Minister Patty Hajdu told CTV’s Question Period that the federal government is “certainly working on the idea of vaccine passports with our G7 partners.”
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