Mayor Muriel E. Bowser believes that dropping the proof of vaccination for coronavirus may very well be a decent idea. This is due to the higher than ever likelihood that people will not need to prove anymore that they have a vaccination. This is largely thanks to the downwards trend of coronavirus transmission throughout the area.
Though it was announced as recently as December that vaccination proof will no longer be necessary, it seems that now, as of Tuesday, the city will cease the mandate for vaccination card proof as well as the need to wear masks. This is going to be lifted on March 1st. The choice to end the vaccine requirement didn’t quite go so easily with everyone. This was really more or less a problem, due to many residents taking issue with the likelihood that this will not make the issue any better. If not, only worse.
The Vaccination may not be totally required, but some officials are also unwavering.
Health director LaQuandra Nesbitt believes that officials will still advise residents to put on the masks indoors. Also, in congregate settings, depending on the nature of the area, masks and vaccines may still be specifically required. Especially for essentially important figures in the District. The city officials themselves have long been deciding on how to balance safety with a combined desire to come across as rational. This gives off more than 93 percent of residents with one dose of the vaccination. Some businesses believe that this is a bad idea. So they’re allowed to enact the proof of vaccination.