Wednesday on FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) said his state is “never” going to mandate a COVID-19 vaccine passport. This comes as some are pushing for those who have been vaccinated to carry around a passport for travel or entry into events.
Parson questioned if citizens want the federal government to have all of that information in a database to be used on them for whatever reason in the future. He added it is “not government’s place” to mandate things such as a vaccine passport or even masks.
“One, it’s all about the privacy of the individual who received the vaccine, who didn’t. Also … do we really want the federal government to have all that information in its database to be able to use it for whatever reason they might want to use it as time goes forward?” Parson emphasized. “And I think