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Elaine Schepers-Thompson

Jefferson City

Dear Editor:

After reading the article "The business case for vaccine passports" on page B4 on March 24, I must admit I was alarmed, greatly! During WWII, the Jews were required to wear armbands and sew onto their clothes yellow stars to indicate they were the enemies of the state and were singled out for discrimination and persecution. They were not allowed to buy or sell, enter any businesses, attend their faith services, own or operate businesses. We all should know what happened next.

This Vaccine Passport has the same ring to it. Am I being overly reactionary? No, I don't think so. Please read the article, which by the way contradicts the finding of the vaccine information by the Mayo Clinic, and serves up the misinformation about the "protection provided" by the vaccines. Regardless, are we now going to require citizens who do not agree with the current administration's vaccine policies to wear what, an armband or sewn-on patch to indicate they are now the enemy of the state? What is happening to our country? What is happening to our freedom of choice? Should all citizens be afraid of what is happening? Yes indeed!

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