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Canada Rolls Out Standard Vaccine Passport

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Canada Rolls Out Standard Vaccine Passport

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada said a national standard for vaccination credentials would be required for domestic and international travel, unifying the country’s patchwork of proof-of-immunization programs.

We made a commitment to ensure that there is a national standard for a proof of vaccination certificate that will be issued by every province and territory so that people can travel domestically, but particularly internationally. And today, I’m happy to confirm that all provinces and territories have confirmed that they will be moving forward with a standardized national proof of vaccination. As of today, so far we have Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and all three provinces — all three territories, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon, who already have put into use the national standard for proof of vaccination.

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