Consider the young American who doesn’t wish to become a test subject for a vaccine whose own manufacturer characterizes it as “investigational”. He/she/ze/they will still have all of the freedoms guaranteed to him/her/zir/them under the Constitution. It is simply that he/she/ze/they will not be able to work, leave the house, go into a store, get on a commercial airliner, eat at a restaurant, check into a hotel, etc.
From a vaccine-skeptical reader:
I’ve been thinking, since I now walk around in a Joe Biden sized mask, safety goggles and a winter hat, how easy it would be to find someone to take the vaccine on my behalf?
Vaccination sites can’t demand identification (“documentation”) because otherwise America’s 22 million (or maybe 29 million) undocumented wouldn’t be able to get vaccines.
Why wouldn’t it be practical to pay someone to get an additional vaccine and take home a vaccination certificate in an arbitrarily selected name? In fact, folks who are most enthusiastic about vaccines might be delighted to do this for a small cash payment. If two shots are good, maybe three or four shots are better. If there is some immunity from Moderna, why not add additional immunity from J&J?
What about requiring RFID chips as well? See Human RFID chips for coronaplague contact tracing can also sense temperature and #Science proves that I was right (about the need for RFID chips in humans for COVID-19 surveillance) and RFID chips in the necks of college students. If not already present, the RFID chip is inserted along with the first dose of vaccine. Then we can be sure that the person who claims to be vaccinated is actually the same person who was injected.
Leo and Mindy the Crippler seem happy with their chips: