Supervisors won’t require COVID vaccine passports for local services

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The Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors last week took a stand against requiring proof of COVID vaccination to use county facilities or services, unanimously approving a resolution against what have become known as “vaccine passports.”

Supervisors resolved that residents “must have the opportunity to conduct everyday business and obtain local government services for their health, safety and wellbeing” and be able to do so “without revealing their vaccine status.”

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