Written by Bernie Carr
I came across this piece of news that may interest you: a passport that includes information on whether the passenger has been vaccinated against COVID-19 is currently being developed.
According the article, so far, only one airline, Australian airline Qantas is known to be making plans to require their passengers to get a vaccination before boarding their international flights.
However, if other airlines follow suit, this would limit people’s choices, thereby making it mandatory for passenger to get vaccinated or not be able to fly.
According to Fox News, governments have not enforced the requirement for vaccinations in order to enter another country. However, by changing their terms and conditions for international travel, airlines can ask their passengers to get vaccinated before boarding one of their planes.
If this catches on, then international travelers will be faced with two choices: either get vaccinated so you can fly, or don’t go on your trip. We’ll just have to wait and see what happens…
What do you think about this? Please share your thoughts in the comments.
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About the author:
Bernie Carr is the founder of Apartment Prepper. She has written several books including the best-selling Prepper’s Pocket Guide, Jake and Miller’s Big Adventure, The Penny-Pinching Prepper and How to Prepare for Most Emergencies on a $50 a Month Budget. Her work appears in sites such as the Allstate Blog and Clark.com, as well as print magazines such as Backwoods Survival Guide and Prepper Survival Guide. She has been featured in national publications such as Fox Business and Popular Mechanics. Learn more about Bernie here.