Vaccine Passport in California! Sounds strange! Why do we need to vaccinate a passport? Well, USA Government and People can never be tired of experiments and being Experimented on. COVID Pandemic is becoming the PUBG and COD Mobile, a new season in every season. Governments and states are experimenting the new measure to stop this pandemic and Corona Spreading. One of those measures is the Vaccine Passport, which is maybe experimented with within California.
As of Monday, one in four Californians was fully inoculated and more than 40 percent of Californians have received at least one shot. All adults 16 and older are eligible to be vaccinated.
Many businesses have been allowed to reopen — but some can open at higher capacity if they require proof of vaccination or a negative coronavirus test. The state is also allowing larger groups to gather if everyone is tested or fully vaccinated.
So how does one quickly and consistently prove they’ve been vaccinated? One option is what has come to be known as a “vaccine passport.”
Mostly, the term has been used to describe a digital certificate of vaccination.
Think of the boarding pass you’d show on your phone to get through airport security, or of a digital concert ticket with a QR code.
Right now, you should receive a paper vaccination card when you get your first dose, but, of course, any kind of paper document is vulnerable.
Still, experts say that the term “passport” is misleading. It’s actually more like vaccine verification — something that has long existed in various contexts and forms. (Schools and summer camps, for instance, often require children to be inoculated against certain diseases.)
“We’re not calling it a passport, because that implies it’s a government-issued document,” Dr. Christopher Longhurst, U.C. San Diego Health’s chief information officer, told me. “That’s not what we’re talking about.
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