More than 2.6 million COVID-19 vaccinations were given across the state on Wednesday, and more than 900,000 people have now either received their second shot or received the one-time vaccine from Johnson & Johnson. Wednesday’s announcement of further corporate easing seems to be getting closer to the new normal. However, a number of proponents are pushing for a more accurate, yet controversial, way to ensure our safety – vaccination records, a set of COVID-19 health records that travelers can use to prove test results and vaccination status. However, there is growing concern that this would also create two classes of citizens.
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