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Last week, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) introduced a bill that, if passed, will prohibit the federal government from keeping a database of who has gotten the vaccine. He also expressed his concern about the door-to-door teams in a tweet, writing: “When the Biden admin calls for ‘targeted’ ‘door-to-door outreach’ to get people vaccinated, it comes across as a g-man saying: ‘We know you’re unvaccinated, let’s talk, comrade.’”

As concerns grow over the possibility of Americans being forced to get COVID-19 vaccines, one pressing question is how exactly the government will know who has been vaccinated and who has chosen not to get the vaccine. With White House officials recently announcing they will be sending teams door to door to try to convince people in areas with low vaccination rates to get the jab, many fear that the government is planning to set up a database to keep track of who is complying.


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