Are governments prioritizing freedom of unvaccinated people over safety of patients?

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CBC News published this video item, entitled “Are governments prioritizing freedom of unvaccinated people over safety of patients?” – below is their description.

Earlier this week, Ontario and Quebec backtracked on vaccine mandates for health-care workers. The Sunday Conversation delves into whether governments are prioritizing the freedom of the unvaccinated over the safety of sick patients.

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