BC judge rules COVID vaccinations a private matter

The significant ruling comes as the Trudeau government is considering whether or not to makes vaccines mandatory for public service workers.

Justice Geoffrey Gomery, overseeing a criminal trial in Powell River, B.C., dismissed a request from Crown prosecutors to ask jury members if they’d received their COVID-19 vaccinations.

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Gomery refused, calling it “private and personal.”



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