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There is a feeling that getting vaccinated is good for the general populace. In contrast, those who are unvaccinated are more concerned about the vaccine’s safety and efficacy and whether vaccination will allow them to go to events. The data shows that coercive methods to increase vaccination rates, such as vaccine passports, are generally popular in Canada, with around 70 per cent of the population supporting them. However, they may not be as effective at boosting vaccination rates as some would hope: they do nothing to counter fears that the vaccine is either ineffective or unsafe.

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