What Canadians can expect from the national COVID-19 vaccine passport


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Canadians will have a nationally standardized vaccine passport for international travel, the prime minister announced last week.

The documents will be based on provincial data after provinces have rolled out similar documents for use at restaurants and events.

National Post political reporter Ryan Tumilty joins Dave to discuss why the feds opted to let the provinces continue with their own passports, and when we can expect them to be fully rolled out, and we also get an update on the vaccine mandates for MPs hoping to return to the house of commons.

Background reading: Trudeau leans on provinces for international COVID vaccine passports for Canadians

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