Insiders Hope Vaccine Card is Just the Ticket Manitoba Needs to Help Travel Take Off

Manitoba announced 08JUN it would provide an immunization card to residents two weeks after they’ve received a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine. That means Manitobans will be allowed to travel within the country without being required to self-isolate for two weeks upon return. Upon hearing the news, travel and entertainment industry leaders are excited for the opportunities presented. Max Johnson, a tourism consultant and former travel agency owner said: “”I think that as we move forward, proof of vaccination is the only way that we are going to be able to open not only our local society, but certainly a mobility inter-provincially and internationally. And [to] see Manitoba ahead of the curve was a surprise, I will admit, but an absolute delight.” Premier Brian Pallister alluded Tuesday to more freedom that may come with proof of vaccination: events such as professional baseball, football and concerts. “The sooner that we can get as many people as possible double-vaccinated, sooner we can get some of these things back into our lives like group events,” Pallister said.


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