Missouri Governor Mike Parson is on record saying he does not support vaccine passports, and now the state Senate sending a similar message.
On Wednesday, a bill was passed by a vote of 26-7 to ban the idea that you need a COVID-19 shot to take public transportation, shop, take a taxi or fly.
The bill now heads to the State House of Representatives for consideration.
According to the state health department, cases of COVID-19 are dropping in Missouri.
For the week of March 29th, 21-hundred cases of COVID were recorded, and that was down 3-percent from the week before.