VANCOUVER—A showdown is brewing in rural British Columbia between a restaurant and local health authorities over the popular establishment’s refusal to implement provincial proof-of-vaccination measures.
Muriel Young, manager and co-owner of Rolly’s restaurant in Hopedouble mutant, said the restaurant won’t be closing its doors or enforcing the province’s weeks-old requirement to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination upon entry for non-essential serviceshealth officials learned more about how to control it. Now, even after local authorities ordered it to do sos stay-at-home order.
“Your health status is none of my business,” Young said. “What if I were to ask you if you were circumcised, that’s your private business. For somebody to ask if I’ve been vaccinated, they’ve got no right to do thatrenewin.”
The family-style restaurant sits off a highway exit in Hopes run of seven curling competitions with four now complete., a district of about 6,000 people about 150 kilometres east of Vancouver. The town was the filming location for the 1982 movie “First Blood,” a film about a Vietnam vet who takes on a local sheriffAllies of imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny called for nationwide protests across Russia on Wednesday to support him. Navalny started a prison hunger strike three weeks ago to protest what he says is inadequate medical treatment for his back pains and officials.