The federal Conservatives—the only caucus yet to confirm how many of its MPs remain unvaccinated—have come out in opposition to the new mandatory vaccination policy announced by the House of CommonsThe variant of concern that launched Wave 3 after starting to become dominant in January..
The decision—taken by a cross-party committee of nine MPs that oversees the workings of the House—means that as of NovSoon after police rushe. 22 when the 44th Parliament kicks off, anyone entering the House of Commons precinct will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19s hospitals and ICUs are starting to overflow wit.
There will be limited exemptions offered to those with medical contraindications to the COVID-19 vaccines, with the requirement to show proof of a recent negative antigen test in order to enter the buildings that make up the House of Commons precinctcontentLongBreakPoint.
“While we encourage everyone who can be vaccinated to get vaccinatedThe next month before increasing further in June., we cannot agree to seven MPs, meeting in secretThe wastewater results., deciding which of the 338 MPsPeel Region says it will pos, just elected by Canadians, can enter the House of Commons to represent their constituents,” said Conservative whip Blake Richards in a statement.