Hundreds of Canadian truckers, gathered in convoys, must complete a long voyage to the capital Ottawa this Saturday to condemn the obligation to vaccinate against Govt-19 to cross the Canada-US border.
Canada and the United States impose a vaccination passport Govit-19 To cross this border, the world’s longest 9,000 km.
The measure went into effect in Canada on January 15 and in the United States last Saturday.
Canadian media reported on Sunday that dozens of Canadian truckers were heading east of the federal capital, 4,400 km off the Pacific coast of Vancouver, in protest of the move. Some say it will be 70 kilometers long.
Canada – Truckers Against Medical Discrimination. The convoy is now 70 km long towards Ottawa.
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The “independent convoy” was baptized by truckers, gathered other protesters on its way, and was joined by other convoy from Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.
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However, the Canadian Trucking Alliance, a large industry association, did not “strongly accept” the event, saying “most” truck drivers are being vaccinated in Canada.
For carriers that do not comply with the new rules, U.S. authorities threaten a permanent ban from the region, while Canada imposes a fourteen-day isolation on unvaccinated truckers returning from the United States.
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