While the Biden administration is working with private companies to develop a COVID-19 “vaccine passport,” it seems America doesn’t want it to happen.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey published this on Thursday asked the question , “Is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to return to pre-pandemic activities a good idea or a bad idea?”
The survey found that 44% of likely U.S. Voters say it is a good idea, while 41% said it’s a bad idea, and 15% were not sure.
Conservatives are already fighting back against the idea of a “vaccine passports,” with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sounding off against it, calling it a “terrible idea.”
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Gov. DeSantis issued an executive order on Friday banning “vaccine passports” that require people to show proof of vaccination for COVID-19.
“Today I issued an executive order prohibiting the use of so-called COVID-19 vaccine passports,” DeSantis said via Twitter. “The Legislature is working on making permanent these protections for Floridians and I look forward to signing them into law soon.”
Today I issued an executive order prohibiting the use of so-called COVID-19 vaccine passports. The Legislature is working on making permanent these protections for Floridians and I look forward to signing them into law soon. Read my EO here – https://t.co/6QwLsLWEWm
— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) April 2, 2021
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