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Brand-new COVID-19 passport and vaccine mandatesa


With the new COVID-19 variants, the world has come up with a COVID-19 passport. It is a digital or a paper document, proving that a person received the vaccine against the virus.

There are a significant number of places that a person can enter without a COVID-19 passport.

The idea of a person needing one completely depends on the place where a person resides and moves. Private sectors, for example, along with governmental institutions ask a person to show such proof.

In Europe and the United States of America, there are official digital credentials that verify the person’s vaccination record. And such credentials are in a scannable QR code form that a person can use with the phone.

Nevertheless, the passport or the QR code is not the only option, as a person can show a paper card instead. The paper, in turn, should showcase the dates of the shots from verifiable centers.

Vaccine mandates

While there are some cities worldwide that require proof, there are others that could accept simpler options. They may accept recent negative PCRs, one dose of vaccination, and proof of a recent recovery from the virus.

For example, Denmark, France, Italy, and Greece along with U.S. states require vaccinations to access public places like restaurants.

Although the government demanded specific places to require proof, some firms demand such without government mandates.

The vaccination process still seems risky for some people, as they fear the consequences. However, the world governments hope to mandate vaccines to convince people to lift up their sleeves.

In France, however, people assembled as an act of criticizing the vaccine mandates. They see that as restricting and violating the freedom of movement. Some other people criticize the idea of scanning the phone every here and then. Instead, they suggested that paper records or a picture to show at the entrance would be better.

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