The face mask policies in Disney World have evolved over time, capacity levels have changed, and travel policies have developed and been revised over the last year. But, with COVID-19 vaccinations becoming more available for many people around the country, health and safety policies may be changing again as more focus starts to be given to vaccine passports.
We’ve seen quite a few updates about COVID-19, vaccines, and more lately — especially when it comes to the topic of vaccine passports.
Recently, we’ve shared details about how vaccine passports may be required for travel and more this summer, and we’ve seen Florida’s governor comment on and issue an Executive Order regarding vaccine passports as they relate to the state. And now we’ve gotten an update from Dr. Anthony Fauci about vaccine passports and whether he thinks they’ll be required by the federal government.
As the situation with the pandemic and COVID-19 vaccine develops, we’ve seen a number of changes made.
Recently, we shared how more individuals in Florida will soon become eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, and how vaccine passports may be required for travel and more this summer. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis previously indicated that he would ban vaccine passports in Florida, and now he has taken further action to do so.
Things related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been developing and changing recently in light of vaccines continuing to being distributed and more individuals becoming eligible to receive them.
Earlier this year, we shared that vaccine passports may be required to travel and for other special, large events. Even more recently, we shared how various vaccine passport systems are in the works and how a vaccine passport may be required by certain businesses as things start to return to some sense of normalcy. But now we’ve got an update about vaccine passports as they relate to the State of Florida.
As the situation with the global pandemic continues to develop, we’ve seen a variety of changes made and other news announced.
So far, President Biden has indicated that the U.S. could have enough vaccines for all adults by May, and has directed states to make all adults eligible for the vaccine by May. California and Florida have already started to announce expansions in terms of eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine, and Dr. Fauci has indicated that COVID-19 guidelines could loosen by July. And, now we’ve got an update on “vaccine passports” and what you might need to travel or participate in certain activities in the future.
As the COVID-19 vaccine continues to roll out around the country and world, officials are looking at next steps.
Right now, many countries (including the United States) already require a negative test for entry and masks are soon to be required for air travel in the U.S. Now, officials are evaluating the potential for a “vaccine passport” to prove passengers are vaccinated in order to fly. Here’s what we know!