A Vaccine Passport To Go To A Concert? Here's What An Expert Says
As countries around the world embark on ambitious COVID-19 vaccination programs, governments and businesses are increasingly looking for ways to tell who has been inoculated from those who have not. One idea that’s been gaining traction is a vaccine passport.
David Studdert, professor of Medicine and Law at Stanford University, explains:
“It’s a basic verification that someone has had vaccination, or potentially even has positive antibodies from a prior infection. What actual physical form it will take, is a little bit up in the air right now.”
Now, it’s unclear when something like this would actually be available to Angelenos. President Biden asked government agencies to look into it; meanwhile, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Denmark, Sweden, Hungary, Poland, and Australia are already experimenting with some version of a vaccine passport, or they are in the planning stages of doing so, Studdert told our news and culture show Take Two.
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