1.This year saw the widespread lifting of Canada's COVID-19 health restrictions. Until October, travellers were required to follow testing and quarantine rules, depending on their vaccination status, and upload their public health information through the ArriveCan app. Do you think we will ever have stricter COVID-19 restrictions again?
2.Between January and August, 3,614 tickets were handed out under the federal Quarantine Act — legislation the federal government used to usher in border measures to stem the spread of the virus. Those fines totalled $14.8 million with the amounts varying, depending on the offence, from $825 to $5,00. Do you know anyone who was ticketed under the federal Quarantine Act?
3.The public health agency's website shows that nearly 19,000 tickets have been handed out for federal quarantine violations since COVID-19 arrived in early 2020. But the Public Health Agency of Canada doesn't track whether those fines are actually paid. Do you think the Public Health Agency of Canada should track if the tickets are paid?
4.The most common federal COVID-19 offence in 2022 was travellers entering the country "without a pre-arrival test." That garnered at least 1,634 tickets, according to the federal public health agency. Did you agree with travellers entering the country having to have a negative test in 2022?
Prior to 2022 yes, but not anymore due to the widespread use of vaccines
No, never agreed with this
Other (please specify)
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