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Canada Dashboard Digest | British Columbia, Quebec publish FAQs on vaccine passports, privacy Related reading: Changing direction? UK consults reforms to its data protection law

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  • The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia released an FAQ on the British Columbia vaccine card and how it works in conjunction with the Public Health Orders and health care privacy laws. The FAQ explains the legal authority of the card, what information is available when the card is scanned to verify vaccination status and guidelines for taking care of the card. 
  • The Commission d'accès à l'information du Québec published two FAQs on vaccination passports: one for citizens and another for organizations. The FAQ page for citizens focuses on questions regarding data on an individual's vaccine passport and what information is accessed by organizations, whereas the FAQ for organizations is aimed at those who will verify vaccination status for events and places. Both FAQs include the list of places where vaccine passports are required by Quebec law. 
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