People in Canada are now starting to resume some kind of normalcy when it comes to their everyday lives but there are still some major changes that need some getting used to. One of the major changes is the introduction of the vaccination policy which essentially had its soft launch with sporting events this past weekend.
Hockey fans in Halifax and Sydney had their first experience with the vaccination policy at Center 200 where fans were made to show a copy of their I.D, their vaccination documents and their ticket. With some concern about fan reaction, the General Manager of Centre 200, Paul McDonald added more security to his staff and opened the gates 30 minutes earlier than usual to allow for smooth, timely entry for fans. McDonald went on to say that the whole experience went as well as he could have hoped for. With no hiccups or confrontations, fans were allowed into the Centre with ease.
The whole process of verifying your vaccination documents is on route to become much easier with the advent of a mobile app. The app will allow staff members to scan your QR code and confirm that you have been vaccinated. This should speed up entry into non-essential venues ten fold, as it will cut the whole process in half.
In comparison to other parts of Canada where the healthcare systems are being pushed to their limits, Nova Scotia has hardly had any active COVID-19 cases in the recent months. With fewer infections and the vaccination policy now well underway, infectious diseases expert Dr Lisa Barret expects the policy to have maximum impact in the coming weeks. Dr Barret explained that the policy in conjunction with how few cases there have been will lead to the best possible impact with regards to symptomatic and asymptomatic cases in the broader Nova Scotia community.
Nova Scotia is leading the way in Canada with the vaccination policy and hopefully it won’t be long now before the rest of the Great White North follows suit after a tough couple of months.
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