Miami’s ABC News affiliate reports:
Making good on a promise he delivered Monday, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order Friday banning the use of what he referred to as “so-called COVID-19 vaccine passports.”
During a press conference in Tallahassee on Monday, DeSantis stated he would issue an executive order that would forbid local governments and businesses from requiring vaccine passports to show proof that customers have been inoculated against the coronavirus.
In the executive order, DeSantis points out that no COVID-19 vaccine is required by law and that vaccination records are private health information, “which should not be shared by mandate.”
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BREAKING NEWS: No COVID-19 vaccine passports in Florida as Gov. Ron DeSantis makes good on a promise to sign an executive order banning the use of them. https://t.co/GBH2rrJILN
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While there are protections in place both at the federal and state level, we can verify that a vaccine passport does not violate the HIPAA. https://t.co/Xx3WCMmSTV
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