Nearly 2 in 3 US air travelers approve of COVID-19 vaccine passports

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A staggering 65% of US air travelers think digital vaccine passports, which would confirm a passenger has been inoculated against the coronavirus, are a good idea for air travel. Still, 19% believe these passports are a bad idea altogether, reflecting the persistent divide among coronavirus precaution beliefs.