By Michael D. Shear and Noah Weiland|Jul. 6th, 2021 | New York Times
Some public health experts worry that the administration is not being aggressive enough in waging what the president calls a “wartime effort” to vaccinate the country.
WASHINGTON — Faced with a steep decline in vaccination rates, President Biden said on Tuesday that his administration would send people door to door, set up clinics at workplaces and urge employers to offer paid time off as part of a renewed push to reach tens of millions of unvaccinated Americans.
But top health experts say that it is simply not enough, and that the president needs to take the potentially unpopular step of encouraging states, employers and colleges and universities to require vaccinations to slow the spread of the coronavirus…Read More Here >>
The Health Innovation Alliance, a coalition that supports the use of data and technology to improve outcomes, asked the White House this spring to set standards for digital “vaccine passports” — applications that can verify if a person is vaccinated