Suffolk Poll: Americans Oppose Vaccine Passports 55 Percent to 42 Percent

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A new USA Today/Suffolk poll finds that Americans nationwide oppose the policy of “requiring a vaccination card for admission into any public space” by a double-digit margin:

The cities of Chicago, Boston, and Washington recently followed the lead of New York City in requiring vaccine passports. 

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