Last week, Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) introduced the No Vaccine Passports Act to prohibit federal agencies from issuing any documentation that could be used to certify a U.S. citizen’s COVID-19 status to a third party. This would include entities such as restaurants or airlines.
The bill also prohibits proof of COVID-19 vaccination from being a requirement for access to federal or congressional property and services.
“My private healthcare decisions — and yours — are nobody else’s business,” Biggs said. “Vaccine passports will not help our nation recover from COVID-19; instead, they will simply impose more Big Brother surveillance on our society.”
Bigg’s bill would also make it much more difficult to impose vaccine mandates in order for citizens to carry out activities like grocery shopping or using public transportation.
The bill currently has 18 cosponsors, however, Rep. Don Young – Dean of the House – is not among them.
Click here to contact Rep. Don Young regarding the No Vaccine Passport Act.