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THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH IS LOOKING INTO USE OF AN ELECTRONIC COVID-19 VACCINATION CARD. 

 

AT A LEGISLATIVE HEARING THIS WEEK, STATE PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTOR DOCTOR NGOZI (en-gahzi) EZIKE (eh-zee-kay) TOUTED THE BENEFITS OF GETTING THE SHOT. SHE WAS ASKED HOW PEOPLE WILL PROVE THEY'VE HAD THE VACCINE.

 

 

DOCTOR EZIKE TOLD MEMBERS THAT AN ELECTRONIC CARD, POSSIBLY THROUGH AN APP, WOULD PROVIDE A WAY FOR PEOPLE TO PROVE THEY'VE BEEN VACCINATED IF NECESSARY.

 

 

EVENT ORGANIZERS AND SPORTS TEAMS ARE FIGURING OUT HOW TO BRING BACK VISITORS AND FANS. THAT COULD INCLUDE ONLY ALLOWING THOSE WHO HAVE RECEIVED THE SHOT TO ENTER.

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