Washington City Paper  |  April 26, 2021

Some public health experts support requiring proof of vaccination as a condition of returning to the workplace or obtaining services. Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health law at Georgetown University, is one of them, and believes it is legally sound for the private sector. “Businesses can require proof of vaccinations to keep everyone safe without violating any antidiscrimination or human rights laws,” Gostin says via email. “It is important that businesses only seek and use information about vaccine status.”

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