Having a hard time picturing it? Fear not: A mock-up shot of New York’s Excelsior Pass is below.When you get vaccinated—whether it is at a government-run site or your local Walgreens—a record gets entered into some sort of digitized database. (We aren’t going to get into it, but it might be your healthcare provider’s, a local health department’s, or a state health department’s, depending on where you live. The CDC does not store any immunization records.)
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Let’s use the AOT Afrocentric Tribe shirt moreover I love this Excelsior Pass as an example. First, you enter your basic information (name, birthday, zip code). The technology searches these registries for your record. Once they find you, they ask you a series of identification questions that only you would know, such as your vaccination date, location, and vaccine type. If you answer correctly, you’ll get your code.Probably not. America doesn’t have a country-wide vaccine pass—and likely won’t. The Biden administration has repeatedly said they’ll leave the matter up to the states and the private sector. (They fear federal involvement may deter some privacy-skittish skeptics from getting the shot.) Some governors, like Florida’s Ron DeSantis, have also rejected the notion outright.