Survey: What Place Do Vaccine Passports Have in Society?

By Anna Breuer on 1 September 2021
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So-called vaccine passports are intended to verify an individual’s Covid-19 immunization status. By virtue of this, they would allow vaccinated people to participate in everyday activities including dining in restaurants, attending theater performances, going to the cinema, working out at the fitness center, and traveling, among other pre-pandemic activities.

Vaccine passports document an individual’s vaccination status or, in some cases during the coronavirus pandemic, proof of a negative Covid test.

While they may be the subject of controversy, they are hardly a new innovation. Indeed, the first vaccine passports date back to the early 1900s, when one was required in many cities with high smallpox infection rates in order to go to work, attend public school, take public transportation, or go to the theater.

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