As the term “vaccine passport” is tossed around more and more, many Americans (such as myself) have become increasingly concerned about the reality of such a thing.
Not only would it be a massive privacy concern, but it completely infringes on the right to body autonomy.
On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters that the White House does not support vaccine passports.
"Let me very clear on this, I know there's been lots of questions: The government is not now, nor will we be, supporting a system that requires Americans to carry a credential," she said. "There will be no federal vaccination database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination credential."
Psaki continued, "As these tools are being considered by the private and non-profit sectors, our interest is very simple from the federal government prospective. Americans' privacy and rights should be protected, so that these systems are not used against people unfairly."
She also addressed the “movement” by private companies to require proof of vaccination to “return to events where there are large swaths of people safely in soccer stadiums or theaters."
"That's where the idea originated, and we expect that's where it will be concluded," Psaki continued. "We will be providing some guidance which will look like an FAQ."
"I hate acronyms, but it will provide answers to important questions that Americans have, in particular around concerns about privacy, security, or discrimination," she added.
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