Specifically, Horgan dislikes that travelers to Canada have to be doubly vaccinated and provide a negative COVID-19 test.
“The double vaccination and the prospect of third doses for vulnerable people, which is currently underway, I think puts us in a very strong position to say that the testing regime currently in place is redundant, and that we can probably move forward without it. have that, ”he said.
“An example of stupidity” – this is what Premier @jjhorgan calls for federal decision to require PCR testing for fully vaccinated Canadians returning home even if done before departure. It’s part of my story on @CityNewsVAN tonight on the reopening of the land border between the United States and Canada. #bcpoli
-LizaYuzda (@LizaYuzda) October 16, 2021
He was dissuaded from making a 36-hour working trip to Washington to meet with the mayor of Seattle due to the restrictions.
“They said, ‘Well you can take a test in Vancouver and that will cover you on the way home,’ and I thought, ‘What’s the point of having a test in Vancouver, of going in Seattle, to say I was tested in the last 36 hours, then come back? Why don’t I just do a test when I get home if I need it? ‘ Horgan said.
“If we have doubly immune traffic coming and going across the border, then why would we need a testing regime? I think this is excessive and I will speak to the Prime Minister about it.
The Prime Minister is just one of many criticizing the federal government’s policy on mandatory testing before entering Canada.