King County, Washington expects mandatory vaccine passports by October

They may be required for access to retail, business and restaurant venues.

It seems that an official vaccine requirement for dining out in Seattle is a matter of “when” not “if.” On Tuesday, September 7, King County executive Dow Constantine announced that the local public health department is working on developing a COVID vaccine verification policy for “some non-essential business activities and other venues” in the region.

Source: Proof of Vaccination Requirement for Seattle Restaurants Possibly Coming Soon – Eater Seattle

The confusing part of vaccine passports is the CDC says that the vaccinated can spread Covid-19 and must wear face masks. These mandates seem to be about forcing the unvaccinated to become vaccinated.

The next County to the north may require vaccine passports and mandate outdoor masks, including for the vaccinated.

These policies are inconsistent, contradictory and incoherent with respect to the purpose of vaccine passports.