But Coon couldn't say for sure how other Green MLAs would vote if that required a change to legislation.
If Public officials give the green light to whatever vaccine is available, "then I am absolutely for a mandatory vaccine."
Among the others, "none of them are providing a solid answer, if I'm being frank," Bleasdale said.
"Our party will continue to be guided by evidence and science when it comes to vaccines and every aspect of our response to COVID 19."
"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.