'A light at the end of the tunnel': Canadians hug loved ones in post-vaccine reunions

Richard and Linda Davis live only a short drive from their three daughters and seven grandchildren. But the Winnipeg couple says the COVID-19 crisis put a painful distance between them.

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The Don
The Don
54 · 4 days ago · Twitter

That’s their own fearful choice, 99% of us have been doing this since day 1.

Parade Down Bay
Parade Down Bay
43 · 4 days ago · Twitter

I still can’t believe people stayed away from their families and loved ones during all this. Fear cost them a year and a half of time together.

Academy Killer
Academy Killer
11 · 4 days ago · Twitter

Ive been hugging loved ones this entire time and nothing bad happened. stop living in fear.

Donato
Donato
8 · 4 days ago · Twitter

What tunnel? The one where your last posts suggest the goal posts should be moved to an almost impossible level to get to?

TRiLL 🗣 📢
TRiLL 🗣 📢
8 · 4 days ago · Twitter

If you guys chose to go be close to strangers at the grocery store. Or where ever you work, but avoided your loved ones lmao you're a fucking moron.

Dean
Dean
8 · 4 days ago · Twitter

So sad for folks that were so scared they wouldn't hug loved ones

Diplomatic_Soul
Diplomatic_Soul
6 · 4 days ago · Twitter

oh piss off....the vaccines don't even give you immunity and anyone who has done a little homework knows not to get it given the fact it's causing a plethora of serious side effects i.e. heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, neurological disorders etc.i won't be anyones guinea pig

Mark B - Tesla Drones Scooters
Mark B - Tesla Drones Scooters
6 · 4 days ago · Twitter

Freaking sickening, 16 months of this crap. People are suffering and dying, enough is enough open it up and let’s get on with life. Covid isn’t going anywhere.