January 27, 2022
South Carolina Bill Would Outlaw Asking About COVID Vaccination Status / Newsweek
The legislation, H. 4848, was introduced on January 20. "Any employee, officer, agent, or other representative of a public, nonprofit, or private entity who inquires about the COVID-19 vaccination status of any student, employee, member, or anyone else seeking admission on the entity's premises is guilty of a misdemeanor," the proposed bill states.
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