Lethbridge Chamber surveying businesses about vaccine passport
The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce is introducing a new survey for business owners and operators in the city as to whether or not we should have a vaccine passport when accessing certain non-essential businesses, services, and events. This comes following the introduction of passports in both B.C. and Quebec. The survey went live on Tuesday and has received 288 replies as of Wednesday afternoon, with 75 per cent saying no.
Chamber CEO, Cyndi Vos, says reasoning for a passport has been mixed among local businesses.
The survey is anticipated to be open until early next week, with the results expected to be released next Wednesday.