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What's your take on vaccine passports?

Vaccine passports offer proof of vaccination that could be required for activities like travel, going to concerts and even getting into the office. That might mean no shot, no entry.

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A senior citizen receives a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination clinic in a hockey arena in Montreal. Do you support vaccine passports for those inoculated against COVID-19? (Paul Chiasson/Canadian Press)

As the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines ramps up, so is the conversation around so-called vaccine passports.

The passports offer proof of vaccination that could be required for activities like travel, going to concerts and even getting into the office.

Several countries, including Israel and Iceland, have already issued documentation for their inoculated citizens.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there are "potential pros and cons" for vaccine passports, and the federal government is studying how Canada should approach the issue, according to reports.

Our question this week: What's your take on vaccine passports? Should there be fewer freedoms for those not vaccinated?

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