Iceland has joined several other countries and announced an end to the COVID mandates.
In what can only be described as a shocking U-turn, the Austrian government announced it is relaxing most of its COVID mandates, which included transforming the nation’s unvaccinated into second-class citizens.
The trucker protests calling for an end to COVID mandates in Canada are having an impact on the country’s political landscape. Since they started, several Canadian provinces have announced a loosening of their COVID restrictions. But in addition to this, Manitoba has joined two other provinces, Alberta and Saskatchewan, and announced it will no longer require COVID passports effective March 1, 2022, and will be ending all COVID mandates by March 15, 2022. Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson announced the move in a Friday news conference (Feb 11, 2022). In her announcement, the Premier focussed on the negative impact these mandates have had on society, stating they have become divisive and are driving families and communties apart: “It’s time for a new normal to begin in Manitoba.” “We need to end the divisiveness between families, between communities. We need to move forward. It’s time to bring Manitobans back together again.” READ: Manitoba to drop capacity limits next week, eliminate mask mandates by mid-March
Christian Post is reporting that Calgary police have arrested Pastor Artur Pawlowski yet again. Pawlowski, who grew up in communism in Poland and pastors Cave of Adallum Church and Street Church, has been arrested several times for opposing the Alberta government’s Covid mandates limiting worship.
I am not referring to the restrictions as COVID mandates anymore, because they are out of touch with what is really happening with the virus. Those still demanding mandates are supposedly trying to protect us from Omicron, which is being compared to the flu.
According to FEE, several provinces in Spain, including the autonomous Catalina region, have announced that they will no longer require vaccine passports for people to go out in public.
A recent poll shows just how out of touch Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, is with average Canadians.