Using the washroom, paying for order included on list of exemptions to Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine certificate program

Ontario has released a list of exemptions to its new COVID-19 vaccine certificate program which comes into effect next week, including using the washroom, paying for an order and making a retail purchase at a business.

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Sara
Sara
12 · 11 days ago · Twitter

I’m struggling with the idea that, in order spend money supporting local businesses, I’m now required to divulge my personal medical information to a total stranger, who isn’t required to reciprocate.

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9 · 11 days ago · Twitter

So it’s just a punishment for those who are not vaccinated, it has nothing to do with health.

Dr Martin Schuice
Dr Martin Schuice
5 · 11 days ago · Twitter

I cant believe I am living in a country that is doing this and sees absolutely no problem with it.

Starboard
Starboard
5 · 11 days ago · Twitter

Reduce taxes for those who are excluded from having full access to amenities

k.m. munro
k.m. munro
5 · 11 days ago · Twitter

Bathrooms don't have the ventilation for unprotected users. Covid19 is an aerosol that lingers for hours. Wear a mask if you dare share with unvaccinated drop-ins.

k.m. munro
k.m. munro
5 · 11 days ago · Twitter

"Proof of vaccination will not be required at essential services, including workplaces, grocery stores, religious services, pharmacies, and banks." So bottom line? No proof for any place of close social contact. This is joke. Useless.