The U.S. is considering developing a vaccine passport for travel in and out of the country, Director of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas said Friday, following other countries in Europe and Asia who are developing ways to provide proof of vaccination even as the concept of vaccine passports remains deeply controversial in the U.S.
When asked on Good Morning America whether the U.S. was developing a vaccine passport system for international travel in the U.S., Mayorkas said the government was taking a “very close look” at whether one should be implemented.
The Homeland Security chief said the U.S. was focused on “making sure that any passport that we provide for vaccinations is accessible to all and that no one is disenfranchised” if one is required.Forbes
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