“We will not be at anymore hospitals.”
That’s the message from the group behind a series of anti-vaccination passport protests that took place around the country this month.
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She says the group will be “taking a break” and that there will be no more protests at hospitals after she claims protesters were threatened.
While hospitals will no longer be targeted, Nagle says the group will revise its plans after they take some time to rebuild and recharge.
On September 1, there were hundreds of protesters around Vancouver General Hospital. The most recent protest, on September 13, was moved to Vancouver City Hall and saw a much smaller crowd.
The protests have been condemned by many, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
It’s unacceptable to block someone from entering a hospital or clinic, or to threaten a health care professional who’s providing care to a patient. We’re going to protect health care workers, patients, and their families. https://t.co/7IIaYHkk9w pic.twitter.com/SkNjb7AWdv
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) September 13, 2021