Vaccine passports, yes, no, it depends

By Tessa . Created on Jul 16, 2021
In view of the alarming increase in both cases and deaths from COVID and the suggestion that non-vaccinated people are following guidelines for the fully vaccinated, should proof of vaccination be required (i.e. passport)?
Everything Else 190 votes | 15 Comments
Yes

Yes

No

No

It depends

It depends

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Milan said 3 days ago
Nope!
No
Banzan said 5 days ago
If you get it cool if you don't that's cool too
No
Chanda said 7 days ago
No, it's too creepy!
It depends
LJP said a week ago
It depends. HIPAA. Sure, to proof vaccination in certain situations, then Yes :)
It depends
pjv5119 said a week ago
Flying, schools, most places where people frequently are crowded for an extended period. But it does not matter, whatever may be passed from Yes to No requirements to show proof there will be a contingent of people who will protest it.
Yes
Barry N said a week ago
Crop dust the country.
Yes
Barry N said a week ago
When I received my two vaccinations, the information was sent to my doctor and is listed in my vaccination records.
It depends
Rdevine said a week ago
I understand they may be needed nut people have been able to create fake ones. To me it depends on the country as to how much in control is the virus in that country in their cities