The number of fully vaccinated Canadians is slowly rising and all levels of government are under pressure to start outlining which restrictions can be lifted for those who’ve gotten their second doses — and how they’ll be expected to prove it.
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has said it will offer some guidance … eventually. But right now, the provinces are pretty much going their own way, which worries some medical experts who fear that a patchwork of rules could undermine the progress made in containing the pandemic.
“I do think the federal government should be putting out some framework,” said Dr. Sumon Chakrabarti, an infectious disease physician.
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