Ontario health minister claims provincial COVID-19 vaccine certificate would pose fraud risk

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Aug. 12, 2021 – Despite a growing chorus of experts and advocates who say COVID-19 vaccine passports are needed in Ontario, the health minister suggested government-issued cards would be susceptible to fraud.

Christine Elliott once again repeated on Tuesday the government’s assertion that a made-in-Ontario vaccination certification card is unnecessary.

Elliott, along with other provincial officials, have repeatedly said the PDF people receive following their second vaccination is all the proof that’s needed within Ontario.

Many argue it isn’t enough, including business advocates who want the province to take pressure off of employers.

“Once you get into something more than that, a card or whatever nature that is, then you end up with all kinds of other considerations about production,” Elliott said. Global News reports. | READ MORE