The Prime Minister of Canada said on Saturday that proof of the need for a vaccine was meaningless and he would end it in the “not too distant future” of his state.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe statement Vaccination does not prevent the transmission of the virus, and the obligation to vaccinate is “meaningless.”
“I want to clarify how I feel about the vaccine. I am fully vaccinated with booster shots. This does not prevent me from getting infected with COVID-19 recently. But I believe it prevented me from getting sick, “he said in a statement.
COVID-19 is a disease caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, also known as the coronavirus.
“But vaccination does not reduce infections, so the current federal border policy for truck drivers makes no sense. Unvaccinated truck drivers are more infected than vaccinated truck drivers. The risk is not high, “he continued.
He will “continue to encourage everyone to be vaccinated,” believing that it will prevent people from getting seriously ill.
The Epoch Times contacted the Official Residence of Canada and the White House for comment.
Moe thanked truck drivers for their continued operation of the country during the pandemic, and the federal vaccine obligations for truck drivers pose significant risks to the Canadian economy and Saskatchewan’s supply chain. Said.
Saskatchewan is a Canadian province about 1,950 miles from Ottawa. It borders the United States from the south.
Moh’s statement was issued when more than 10,000 Canadian truck drivers were holding Freedom Convoy 2022 to protest their vaccination obligations to truck drivers.
After the Canadian Public Health Agency announced that foreign truck drivers can only enter Canada from January 15th if they are fully vaccinated, the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will start from January 22nd outside the United States. Domestic truck drivers in the United States have decided that thousands of truck drivers will protest and will meet in Otawa to thwart mandates.
Truck drivers in western Canada began mobilizing on January 23.
As the record-breaking convoy passed through various cities, fireworks were set off with a long line of people raising the Canadian flag and cheering.
After hearing the news and starting organizing in the United States by lawyer Lee Dundas, the founder of the Freedom Fighter State, and her personal assistant Maureen Steele, US truck drivers soon began to participate in protests. rice field.
Alberta Prime Minister Jason Kenny also expressed his support for truck drivers and discusses truck driver vaccination obligations with U.S. respondents at a meeting of the National Governors Association in Washington, DC. I promised that.
“I have a growing supply chain problem, including US and Canadian government policies that have affected many cross-border truck drivers, further damaged the supply chain, and raised consumer prices. I’m going to talk about it, “he said. statement..
Enrico Trigoso contributed to the report.