Bloomberg News reports:
Justin Trudeau is beginning to sketch out a plan to reopen the U.S. border, but Canadians don’t appear keen to rush it. And when travel does resume, they overwhelmingly agree proof of vaccination should be mandatory.
Nearly half of respondents in an Angus Reid Institute poll released Wednesday said the world’s longest undefended frontier should remain closed until at least September. More than three quarters said they would support a vaccine passport.
Last week, Trudeau’s government announced another month-long extension of border restrictions until June 21. Only 23 per cent of respondents in the Angus Reid poll said they would like it to have reopened already.
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