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FREDRICTION, New Brunswick (LifeSiteNews) – The Canadian province of New Brunswick now allows grocery stores to bar the unvaccinated as part of their so-called COVID “winter plan.” 

On Saturday, December 4, the Canadian province of New Brunswick imposed the most restrictive measures against those who are unvaccinated against COVID-19 in the nation. Included in the “winter plan” is the requirement that grocery stores, malls, and salons prohibit the unvaccinated from entering their premises or enforce “social distancing.” Meanwhile, the government will subject its unvaccinated citizens to mandatory 10-day isolation when entering or returning to the province.  

Citing “very concerning” infection rates, New Brunswick Health Minister Dorothy Shephard told her citizens, “With winter comes colder weather, shorter days, more time spent inside and increased opportunity for COVID-19 to spread.” 

“It is important we have a plan in place that ensures our health-care system is not overwhelmed, but also considers the mental, physical, and financial health of New Brunswickers.” 

The plan, which Shephard says are “small actions” that “aren’t difficult,” went into effect Saturday and includes the following guidelines: 

  • Maximum of 20 people for informal indoor household gatherings.  
  • Maximum of 50 people for informal outdoor gatherings. 
  • Unvaccinated residents should avoid informal indoor gatherings.  
  • Masks are required in outdoor public spaces when physical distancing can’t be maintained. 
  • Malls, grocery stores, and salons must enforce physical distancing or may instead require proof of vaccination from all patrons. 
  • Schools will follow existing plans at this time. 
  • All travelers, including New Brunswickers returning to the province, must register or have a multi-use pass. 
  • Unvaccinated people entering the province are required to isolate and take a test on Day 10. 
  • All travelers arriving by air will be provided with a rapid testing kit. 

New Brunswick has a population of 755,500; the so-called “very concerning” number of infections is 711, with merely 49 of those cases requiring hospitalization and only 16 requiring intensive care. 

Thus, New Brunswick will allow its citizens to be prohibited from buying groceries or gathering with their families throughout the Christmas season because 0.006 percent of their population is currently hospitalized with a virus that has a survival rate of 99.95% for those under 50. 

Despite statements from government and the mainstream media, coronavirus vaccine trials have never produced evidence that the vaccines stop infection or transmission. They do not even claim to reduce hospitalization, but the measurement of success is in preventing severe symptoms of COVID-19 disease. Moreover, there is strong evidence that the “vaccinated” are just as likely to carry and transmit the virus as the unvaccinated. 

Meanwhile, the list of FDA-recognized adverse events from the COVID jabs has grown from severe anaphylactic reactions to include fatal thrombotic events, the inflammatory heart condition myocarditis, and neurologically disabling disease like Guillain Barré Syndrome, as well as thousands of recorded deaths and permanent disabilities. 

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