Saskatchewan, Canada will end the vaccine passport system it has been using on Monday, February 14 and the masking mandate will be lifted at the end of the month.
This is great news for freedom-loving Saskatchewans who have been fighting against these mandates. Businesses, workplaces, and other public venues will no longer be mandated to ask for proof of the Fauci Ouchie or negative test.
Until Monday they have two options to get into public places. Proof they received two shots of a Covid vaccine or a negative Covid test.
“We want things to be as normal as they possibly can,” Premier Scott Moe said on Tuesday.
The provincial government confirmed that other current public health orders, including a requirement to mask in indoor public spaces and a requirement to self-isolate after contracting COVID-19, will remain in effect until the latest public health order expires at the end of February.
Moe has no plans on renewing the public health orders which means that all of their mandates will expire.
Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab revealed the plan on how to handle things going forward.
Moe and Dr. Saqib Shahab, the province’s chief medical health officer, laid out the plan at a COVID-19 update on Tuesday.
Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili said the decision to remove Covid mandates is similar to the decisions Moe has made throughout the course of the pandemic.
“My mind goes back to a pattern we’ve seen from Scott Moe throughout the pandemic. He always wants to be the first to remove public health protections and yet be the last to bring them in when they’re needed,” Meili said.
Premier Scott Moe said something really remarkable and what a lot of people have been saying. The proof of vaccination mandate that has been pushed so hard across the world is divisive. All these mandates have done is created two classes of citizens and Moe has decided to stop that nonsense.
“To my knowledge, this province has never done anything like that before in our history, for any vaccine or for any other reason for that matter,” Moe said.
Reporters at the conference asked Moe if businesses that continued to require proof of vaccination would have legal protection.
Moe did not mince words.
“My advice to them would be to consult their lawyer,” the premier said.
I can’t help but think and hope that the Freedom Convoy that is in various points across Canada helped urge the Premier to make this decision. He’s giving his people back their freedoms and reigning in the tyranny that dictator wannabe Justin Trudeau is pushing as he calls the truckers “a small fringe of minority people”.
I don’t know but the truckers, the supporters, and the fact that between GoFundMe and GiveSendGo they’ve raised almost $18 million. They raise $7.6 million of that in just a few days after GoFundMe removed their initial campaign.
This is what happens when you stand up to governments who are trying to run you over with their power.
Do not comply. Fight back and let your voice be heard!