WASHINGTON, D.C. – In case you missed it, Senator Rick Scott introduced the Freedom to Fly Act, which protects the privacy of personal health information and would prohibit the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) from requiring Americans to show proof of vaccination or produce a vaccine passport for domestic flights.
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Or read more in the Fox News article, Sen. Rick Scott rolls out legislation to prohibit TSA from requiring proof of COVID vaccines for travelers, below:
“Republican Sen. Rick Scott on Wednesday introduced legislation that would prohibit officials from the Transportation Security Administration from requiring Americans to show proof that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
The bill, the ‘Freedom to Fly Act,’ would also prohibit TSA workers from requiring American travelers to produce a passport for domestic flight to protect the privacy of personal health information.
‘Americans are working hard to recover from the devastation of COVID-19 and travel is critical to getting our economy fully reopened,’ Scott said in a statement.
‘While I continue to encourage everyone who wants one to get the vaccine, the federal government has no business requiring travelers to turn over their personal medical information to catch a flight,’ he continued. ‘My Freedom to Fly Act ensures families in Florida and across the country can travel freely and without the ridiculous government bureaucracy created by vaccine passports.’”
Read the full article in Fox News HERE.