USA Today  |  July 20, 2021

“They will have higher vaccination rates than others, but they also bring additional risk,” said Lawrence Gostin, a Georgetown professor and director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center on National & Global Health Law. “Because any time you have tens of thousands… of people crossing borders and coming into a single country, you don’t know whether they’ve been vaccinated, with what vaccine?

“It’s a gamble, and you’re gambling with people’s health and their lives and particularly young people who have so much to live for.”

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