National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins gave his approval to businesses asking people for proof of vaccination as the coronavirus Delta variant continues to spread throughout the United States.
Francis spoke to CNN’s Jake Tapper on Sunday, where he defended the Biden administration’s renewed support for wearing face masks as a means to reduce transmission of covid-19.
Tapper noted that some businesses are enacting policies that not only require their employees to be vaccinated, but their customers as well. This led him to ask, “Do you think, as a public health measure, it would be good for more businesses to require vaccine credentials in order to have vaccinated customers?”
“As a public health person who wants to see this