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Manitoba (Canada) To Scrap COVID Vaccine & Mask Mandates In March
All proof of vaccination requirements will be lifted in Manitoba, Canada Mar 1, 2022. Mask requirements will also be lifted on Mar 15, 2022 according to Premier Heather Stefanson. It appears that masks for children, however, will still be required indoors while attending schools but this is concerning given some of the medical literature that has raised serious concerns.
The province is pointing to the decline of pressure that has been put on hospitals, and not the protests against vaccine mandates that are erupting across the country. We've been on the scene in Ottawa covering the freedom convoy. You can access our coverage on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and Telegram.
A new poll conducted by the Angus Reid Institute shows that the majority (54%) of Canadians now say they want all COVID restrictions to end. That being said, many polls have shown opposite results, so it's hard to know what to believe.
Saskatchewan and Alberta have also announced that vaccine passport requirements will be ending.
Government health agencies continue to credit the measures that have been put in place and the changes in the severity of the virus as to why they are easing restrictions. Does this mean that if a new variant emerges restrictions will come back? Have we been conditioned to accept them? Is this why governments won't acknowledge the voice of the people?
I recently wrote an article about several researchers from various academic institutions in the United Kingdom, United States and Canada who published a new paper in pre-print form titled, “The Unintended Consequences of COVID-19 Vaccine Policy: Why Mandates, Passports, and Segregated Lockdowns may cause more Harm than Good.”
In it, they outline how government health agencies, legacy media and politicians have continually lied and misrepresented the science of COVID. I recommend check out this more in depth analysis of what's occurred during this pandemic that many people are still not aware of.