> Alexis Hancock and Hayley Tsukayama
Vaccine Passports: A Stamp of Inequity
16 dec. 2020 - A COVID vaccine has been approved and vaccinations have begun. With them have come proposals of ways to prove you have been vaccinated, based on the presumption that vaccination renders a person immune and unable to spread the virus. The latter is unclear. It also raises digital rights concerns, particularly if you look at the history of healthcare access, and consider how it maps onto current proposals to digitize and streamline “vaccination passports” for travel.
covid-19 · inequality · vaccination