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    Toronto Mayor John Tory said Wednesday that Ontario needs to develop a basic COVID-19 vaccine passport. This comes as proof of vaccinations is becoming increasingly required for travel abroad or other activities. He further explained that the passport will work well in Ontario as it manages all data related to vaccines administered.

    Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kieran Moore said yesterday that a vaccine passport will not be required “at this time,” Officials on the provincial level believe this issue is more of federal responsibility. As of right now, anyone who was administered was given a PDF of a document from the COVAX system, detailing the time, date, and brand of vaccine the recipient got.

    That document can be used for people trying to travel into places that require vaccination. There is also a small number of institutions that are trying to force mandatory vaccinations on their campuses.

    Seneca College has already made it a requirement to be fully vaccinated if you want to go onto campus. That requirement is for all staff and students, if not vaccinated, they have to continue remote learning or choose another program that can be taken fully online.

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