Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Shelly Glover is continuing to raise objections with Manitoba's requirement for front-line health-care workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or face frequent testing.

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Shelly Glover is continuing to raise objections with Manitoba's requirement for front-line health-care workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or face frequent testing.

Over the past week, Glover has told two media outlets she remains concerned the plan to require front-line workers to get their shots by Monday or take rapid COVID tests up to three times per week will leave the health-care system short-staffed.

During a Friday appearance on CBC's Power & Politics, Glover suggested the province ought to come up with an alternative to testing or vaccination for workers who've already contracted the virus.

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