‘Is it fair to ask people to provide proof of vaccination?’

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O.G. Dumar

Charlotte, North Carolina

“No, I think it’s discrimination. A lot of people don’t get vaccinated because of religious reasons or they just don’t want to take the vaccine.”

Erik Passoja

Los Angeles

“Is it fair to make someone prove that you are not sick and going to infect everybody else? … I’d say, in 99% of all cases, absolutely. You should have to show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test. …”

Rita Kane

Los Angeles

“Depends on the situation. I think for health care workers and people who work with the public … it’s fair.  I’m pro-vaccine, but I also respect people’s right not to get vaccinated.”

Steve Davis

Los Angeles

“Just get vaccinated. … I feel so much more comfortable when I go into a place and they ask me for mine, because that means they ask for everybody else’s, too.”

Compiled by Cynthia Gibson in Leimert Park.

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