An Ipsos poll conducted exclusively for Global News showed that 67 per cent want the government to impose further measures on the unvaccinated population.
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Saba Aziz is a national online journalist based in Toronto.
Previously, she worked at Al Jazeera English, covering a wide range of topics and regions from the Middle East, South Asia, to women’s rights and the coronavirus pandemic.
She has written extensively about sports and covered major international sports events in Qatar (including the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup).
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