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Should airlines make proof of covid 19 vaccination mandatory before allowing you to fly?

By Geoff . Created on 11 Apr, 2021
With all the world racing to vaccinate the population should airlines make it mandatory to have a vaccine certificarebefore allowing you to fly?
Travel and Tourism 220 votes | 20 Comments
Yes

Yes

No

No

If it helps open the borders

If it helps open the borders

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If it helps open the borders
Judith said 3 weeks ago
Yes it is the only way to go
If it helps open the borders
Dee said 4 weeks ago
Not really sure
Yes
Sherrynne said 4 weeks ago
will keep people safer , less quarantine
No
JellyKat said 4 weeks ago
No, but a health check that you are well would be helpful
Yes
Jurate said on Apr 16, 2021
I still have my little yellow vaccination booklet which we had to show everywhere we travelled during the 60s, 70s, 80s and I kept it with my passport just in case later. Carrying it was no hardship. Back then we had to show evidence of vaccinations against Smallpox, Cholera and Typhoid plus Yellow Fever if going to Africa or Central America.
No
Tanwin said on Apr 15, 2021
The vaccine will NOT stop you getting Covid or STOP you spreading it. It will only EASE the symptom's. So if you are relatively healthy what bloody use is it? NO, I wont be risking blood clots thank you very much
Yes
Mrs said on Apr 14, 2021
Definately - just had another outbreak in WA = 100% travelers from India who did not have to prove they had had vacination. Now all the poor people who have been in contact with them are in stress until they get their results.
Yes
Becci said on Apr 14, 2021
Of course they should, it makes it safer for the people working for the airlines and the passengers on the plane