Saskatchewan announces certification of COVID vaccination program


Saskatchewan Prime Minister Scott Moe states that the state will introduce evidence of the COVID-19 vaccination program.

Moe Said On September 16, the fourth wave of the pandemic was “almost completely promoted” by about 20 to 30 percent of the population who chose not to be vaccinated.

“As a government, we’ve become very patient, and perhaps too patient. The time of patience is over,” said Moh, “more comfortable staying unvaccinated” in the state. He added that he plans to introduce measures aimed at “not” soon.

Moe said the state will implement a provisional mandatory masking policy that applies to all public indoor spaces from September 17th. He said the program would be lifted in late October and replaced with a full vaccination or negative testing policy that lasts three to four weeks.

Vaccination policy proof for access to non-essential businesses will come into effect on October 1.

All state officials also need to be vaccinated. If not, you will need to provide proof that the COVID-19 test is negative.

“These aren’t the steps we wanted to take, and the government has been patient with providing the opportunity and access to get vaccinated, but that patience is over,” Moe said.

Moe is vaccinated in less than a week “Stay an option” And he believed that creating a situation where there were two classes of citizens based on the vaccination situation was a divisive path the government should take.

Jason Kenny, Prime Minister of Alberta, who had previously opposed vaccination system certification, announced on September 15 that his state would also bring vaccination program certification.

With files from Canadian Press

Andrew Chen


Andrew is a Toronto-based reporter.