“The international transportation sector was vital to the response of the pandemic, such as by delivering vital medical equipment and vaccines, and it continues to be essential to the recovery of countries across the world.”
As COVID-19 restrictions were lifted globally, the moment presented an opportunity to look at how past restrictions were proposed, challenged, and enforced to provide a lens on how they may be employed in the future.
In their article “Vaccination Requirements for Transportation Workers in International Commerce“, Ian Breneman, Associate Counsel at Alexander Holburn, and Dylan Jones, DAC Beachcroft LLP, take a look at past and present vaccine requirements set by public and private sectors in Canada, the United States of America, the European Union, and the United Kingdom. They also pose important questions for governments and carriers to consider in the future in light of the events that have occurred in the past two years.
Read Ian and Dylan’s article* to learn more about the economic, political, social, and public health pressures the global transportation sector continues to face during a pandemic.
* The Transportation Lawyer: A Comprehensive Journal of Developments in Transportation Law is a joint publication of the Transportation Lawyers Association and the Canadian Transport Lawyers Association. This is a reprint.
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