A Compelling Critique Of Ontario’s Vaccine Mandates

A Compelling Critique Of Ontario’s Vaccine Mandates

Vaccine mandates and associated “passports” can be justified only as effective prophylaxis in a genuine public health emergency, but not as a punitive policy intended to coerce compliance. In that position I have the official support of the premier of Canada’s largest province, Doug Ford, who has said repeatedly that vaccine mandates will not last “one day more than necessary.”

You can read the full letter from Cardus here.

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