Rules vary state by state, but the need for vaccine mandates is becoming more widely recognized. Not nearly soon enough, but at least there are some places where they check a vaccine card before you can come eat and drink with your mask off inside. This really pisses off people who are declining to get vaccinated for whatever reason, because it means they have to eat and drink at home. Or each other’s homes or a field. I don’t know what they do, besides harass doctors.
A Twitter user named @JannessaWaterson wanted to know how all the vaccinated people feel about this new line between them all, tweeting, “Hello Vaxxed people. Honest question here (as I fully support your decision to get vaxxed), how do you feel when showing your vaxx passport knowing it excludes people?”
The responses across the board are pretty much “I feel freaking fantastic!”
A lot of people pointed out that the unvaccinated aren’t be excluded, they’ve opted out of the rules of public society. Like, if you don’t have a driver’s license, you can’t drive. Or like how if you’re not vaccinated you can’t go to public school—the anti-vaxxers focused on COVID-19 vaccines seems to have passed by that. It’s hard to feel bad for people choosing not to support public health efforts when hundreds of thousands of people have died in the last year.