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Brody Barker, 6, waves at his father, Daryl, on July 26. Brody and his mother, Billie, have spent nearly three weeks camped outside the Lake Regional Hospital's intensive care unit as Barker recovers from covid-19 in Osage Beach, Mo. (Sarah Blake Morgan/AP)
America faces a choice, experts argue -- take more precautions and get vaccinated, or allow the summer surge to accelerate.
The news comes after corporate giants Google, Facebook and Uber announced their own vaccine mandates for employees this week.
There’s no be-all-end-all way to carry proof of vaccination on your phone. We make sense of how different options approach your privacy, ensure your security and try to spot counterfeits.
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Experts say the job will be crucial in efforts to avoid widespread mask mandates and other restrictions.
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