Whether or not someone is vaccinated and supports the amount of available science is one discussion
Whether you feel vaccine passports are a breach on human rights or not is another discussion (you have vaccinated and unvaccinated on both sides of this argument).
Both of these discussions can be had civilly with most members of our society but unfortunately there is a loud voice currently being given to the vocal minority of extremists from both sides of the fence. Regardless of where any of us stand on any of these debates we should be looking at ourselves in the mirror and asking ourselves if we are treating one another with respect and dignity. Saying someone is simply a sheep for getting the shot is false. People are becoming educated on the topic and deciding what is best for them. Saying someone doesn't deserve a hospital bed and blaming them for the various deaths is unacceptable as well. Where do you draw the line? Should smokers be given care? What about casual drinkers or alcoholics? What about drug overdose victims? What about people who don't eat healthy? What about people who willingly choose to participate in dangerous sports and events? The list could go on. The problem should be focused on an under funded health care system.
It is time to stop dividing one another, there is no benefit to this.
At a nonessential event, I don't want to be sitting beside anyone who is sick regardless of the illness - even the common cold. That isn't respecting one another.
I might not agree with someone's decisions/views and they may not agree with mine but I feel we need to respect one another. We are all canucks!