But looking ahead to next year, Bleasdale wonders what rules the province will put in place for the province's schools once a coronavirus vaccine is available.
But Coon couldn't say for sure how other Green MLAs would vote if that required a change to legislation.
"You have to convince me that there is a significant health risk with not enough kids receiving a potential COVID vaccination, and that's what was lacking in the previous bill," said Austin, who voted no along with his two fellow Alliance MLAs.
Meanwhile, People's Alliance Leader Kris Austin said he would still need to be persuaded that vaccination rates are too low the same reason he gave for concluding Cardy's bill went too far.
The Liberals also avoided saying whether they'd commit to legislation but suggested an education campaign would be a possible option.
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