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Brickbat: Grounded

Canadian authorities have banned anyone over the age of 12 from board trains and planes if they aren’t vaccinated for COVID-19. While the new policy is in force since Oct. 30, it was exempted from those with negative results. Even those with negative results will not be permitted to board planes if they don’t have a vaccination. Anyone traveling on trains or flying must use a mask. This exemption does not apply for commuter trains. The exemption does not apply to commuter trains. However, it applies to those who travel to distant places by plane that cannot be reached by plane.

Reason.com first published Brickbat: Ground.