The Illinois Holocaust Museum has announced it will introduce a requirement to show a vaccine passport to enter, creating strong backlash.
Even children as young as five will have to show a passport.
“To ensure Illinois Holocaust Museum is as safe as possible for visitors, volunteers, and staff, the Museum will require all guests ages 5+ to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to enter the building as of January 5, 2022,” the announcement reads.
The museum is one of many venues that have turned their back on civil liberties over the last two years.
“I remember visiting the Holocaust Museum when it was in a very humble building on Main Street in Skokie. It was a hard, but deeply meaningful experience as a child. Please reconsider this policy. The unvaxxed aren’t uniquely dangerous. This is so troubling,” one user replied on Twitter.