Kaiser Family Foundation April 15, 2021

Around the country and in parts of the world, COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue to grow, leaving people wondering about vaccine requirements and ways to certify vaccine status. “Vaccine passports,” a paper or digital form certifying that a person has been vaccinated, have garnered increased interest in recent months, especially as countries roll out plans to reopen international and domestic travel. takes a closer look at what vaccine passports are, how other countries are using them, and what implementation issues to consider.

Several countries have already begun using COVID-19 vaccine passports, with policies varying across countries. For example, several countries are beginning to require proof of vaccination for incoming travelers to avoid testing or quarantining; many other countries, including the...

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