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‘Vaccine certificates’ may speed up reopening, incentivize vaccination: Ontario science table

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COVID-19 Science Advisory Table suggests “vaccine certificates” could speed up reopening in the province and may incentivize more people to get vaccinated.The table, which advises the provincial government on its response to COVID-19, published a brief regarding vaccine certificates on Wednesday.“COVID-19 vaccine certificates may have a practical short-term utility for supporting and maintaining economic and societal reopening,” a summary of the brief said.“In the longer-term, vaccine certificates may be useful as verifiable, secure, standardized, and accessible electronic or paper records of immunization.” Ontario not considering making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for health-care workers: Doug Ford The report said the certificates.

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