Vaccine passport research conducted by Fellow of Clare Hall

Professor Barbara Sahakian, Fellow of Clare Hall, has co-authored a piece for The Conversation on the benefits of vaccine passports to society.

The article argues that carrying a vaccine passport is a small sacrifice for a greater good; that individuals have a moral duty to protect their community; and that those who cannot have vaccinations for health reasons should be given some form of passport that indicates this is the case.

Professor Sahakian comments:
"Through kindness and moral duty, we can help members of our communities and societies. Vaccinations and vaccination passports will enhance our quality of life and wellbeing, and help us return to normal daily life."

Learn more at https://theconversation.com/vaccine-passports-why-they-are-good-for-society-160419


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