Now that we’ve reached, as we knew we would, the “should vaccines be mandatory?/do we need a passport?” debate stage of the pandemic it’s been interesting to watch the reaction of the political set.
Ironically, the same crowd that downplayed COVID-19 because it “only” affected about three per cent of Canadians and “only” killed about 0.7% is now somehow extremely concerned about their 0.018% chance of having an adverse reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine.
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