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Salem, Massachusetts Drops Vaccine Passport Requirement

February 9, 2022

Salem, Massachusetts no longer has an indoor mask mandate or a vaccine passport.

The city’s board of health voted unanimously on Tuesday to rescind both on Tuesday, February 8.

The city’s mayor Kim Driscoll, applauded the decision.

“I am incredibly grateful for the expertise and thoughtfulness of our Board of Health,” Mayor Kim Driscoll said in a statement, according to NBC Boston. “They have and will continue to make decisions driven by science and data, aimed at protecting public health in the best interest of our community.”

Driscoll, who on December 20, 2021 took credit for getting the city’s board of health to implement the coronavirus vaccine passport mandate, is a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor this year.


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