White House will not mandate vaccine passports but will not deter private industry
The White House announced this week that so-called “vaccine passports,” documents that indicate whether someone is vaccinated against COVID-19, won’t be part of a post-pandemic recovery plan. But it hasn’t stopped Republican governors in Florida and Texas from issuing executive orders against their implementation. Still, it’s a process that many private businesses may consider, when it comes to large-scale events like concerts. Laura Hoffner, chief of staff from the security firm Concentric, joined Jim on The Final 5 to look at the pros and cons of such a system, and whether you’ll be able to have faith in their security.