Iowa lawmakers pass bill that would ban vaccine passports

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(KCAU) — The Iowa House Judiciary Committee has advanced a bill that would ban COVID-19 vaccine passports in the state.

State and local government would not be able to require people to have identification that shows they have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.

The same would apply to businesses and nonprofits but does not keep them from having a COVID-19 screening process.

However, healthcare facilities would be able to require proof of vaccination for staff.

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