Invasion of Privacy: Court Finds Florida Covid-19 Law Unreasonable

A cruise company sued the government of Florida because of its law that restricted businesses from requesting proof of vaccination from customers on the ground of intrusion of medical privacy; the government was unable to show that the law will cure intrusions of medical privacy, employers were out of the scope of the law (they could still require COVID-19 vaccination documentation from employees), and there were alternative measures (e.g asking businesses not to photocopy, keep, or store the information) to prevent a breach of privacy.

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