During the early morning commute with traffic entering the city of Hamilton TNN’s Trevor Lindsay spoke with two members of the Bermuda Freedom Alliance who oppose the Government’s SafeKey guidelines for restaurants, bars and other businesses.
The protesters, who wish to remain anonymous, held up signs that read “ SafeKey is the death to business.”
“ A lot of people will not get a SafeKey, so [some businesses] will not have patrons and will lose money,” one protester said. “ If it is just restaurants and bars now, what could it turn into? They could do this to grocery stores. What are people going to do then?”
The protesters believe that all people should be treated the same, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, because vaccinated people are spreading the virus as well, but they do not believe that those types of facts are being shared with the general public.
“ At the end of the day, it is all about equality and the freedom to choose what is right for you and not be segregated because of it,” they said.
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