Vaccination: 300 Years of Debate
Vaccine cards, certificates, and registries have long provided a tangible record of a person’s immunization against infectious diseases like smallpox or yellow fever. These documents have been required in certain circumstances, such as for children to attend public schools and for people to travel to and from certain countries. Today, social media feeds include snapshots and captions of people posing with their Covid-19 vaccination cards.
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