The Florida House of Representatives voted to approve a bill that would permanently outlaw the use of vaccine passports by businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
SB 2006 passed the chamber by a vote of 76-40, Fox 13 Tampa Bay reported Thursday. Pandemics & Public Health Emergencies Committee Chair Tom Leek said that the law strikes a “delicate balance between protecting people and protecting people’s civil liberties,” according to the outlet.
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order earlier in April that outlawed vaccine passports and other forms of vaccine status and identification.
Florida House Passes Bill Banning Businesses From Requiring COVID ‘Vaccine Passports' https://t.co/LLuq9jXin1
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