Vaccination certificates need a framework to govern their use
Privacy, equity and ethical issues around covid-immunity credentials are best addressed by upholding the freedom to choose
The ongoing international debate over ‘vaccine passports’ is as exasperating as it is important. The exasperation is because the term ’vaccine passport’ mixes up a travel document with a multi-purpose domestic vaccination certificate, which are two different things. The importance comes from the fact that both can be useful instruments in resuming some form of economic and social activity in the current phase of humanity’s struggle against the covid pandemic.