Biden’s administration is “looking closely” at the possibility of a vaccine passport for travel to and from the United States, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said on Friday.
Transportation Security Administration Which protects the country’s transportation system, is located under the department of Mayorkas
As with other public health measures aimed at curbing the epidemic of COVID-19, passports, vaccines are funded and rage.
Some people welcome a quick passage into normalcy, weary of extended quarantine and tedious testing requirements, others harbor unreasonable concerns that the certificate might void their privacy. Others remain concerned about vaccine inequality, with life-saving imagery disproportionate to residents of the world’s richest countries.
Mayorkas told the ABC that one of his guiding principles throughout the epidemic is “the value of diversity, equality and inclusion, and making sure everyone has access to the passports we provide for vaccination and that no one else can afford them.” The franchise was disqualified. “
“Everyone should be vaccinated,” he added.
In the United States, while states have reopened economies, some – such as New York and California – have turned to vaccination checks as a viable way to allow large-scale gatherings and social events. It’s safe, others, including Florida and Texas, have already banned the certificates.
In the past, Biden’s administration has said it did not intend to launch a nationwide vaccine passport and reject plans for a federal vaccination order.
“The government is not at the moment and we are not going to support a system that requires Americans to have credentials,” White House Secretary Jen Psaki said last month.
The European Union, Asian governments and the airline industry are struggling to develop the COVID-19 vaccine passports.They are working on a system that allows travelers to use mobile phone apps to prove they are vaccinated, helping to circumvent the immunization requirements. Quarantine at destination
Passport-related groups say they are considering alternatives for travelers who don’t have access to smartphones, according to the Associated Press.