Alberta’s Health Minister Says Unvaccinated “Will Not Be Permitted to Attend Indoor Private Gatherings”

Just days before a federal “snap” election that could see PM Justin Trudeau ousted, Alberta’s Health Minister Jason Kenney on Thursday went back on his promise not to impose vaccine passports in the Canadian province of Alberta – even pledging to fight back if the federal government tried to enforce one – and declared a state of emergency that will leave unvaccinated Albertans essentially trapped inside their own homes.

At Kenney’s behest, Alberta’s Health Minister Tyler Shandro announced that the Government of Alberta will be implementing several restrictions effective Sept. 16.

All Canadians must mask up at work, and any Canadians who can must work from home. Individuals must provide proof of vaccination, or a recent negative test, simply to enter a business – and the unvaccinated will not be permitted to attend any private indoor social gatherings as well.

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