If you’re an Uber driver doing this,a 5-star rating is a no-brainer for future passengers.

Attorney and Washington Post contributor George Conway shared a reassuring experience he had during his recent Uber trip on Twitter earlier yesterday (Mar. 29,2021.) Conway’s Uber driver took a photo of his Covid-19 vaccination card provided by the CDC, blew it up, and hung it on the rear headrest for his passengers to gawk at.

Although misspelled, on it is a record of his onetime Johnson & Johnson shot administered on Mar. 9. J&J, unlike the other popular Moderna and Pfizer Vaccine, only requires one shot.

Keep in mind it’s not 100 percent known if fully vaccinated individuals can spread Covid, but early studies show it’s a strong possibility the vaccine makes for a less contagious subject.

According to the Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research,

The vaccine is designed to stop the virus from making you sick. We don’t know yet if the vaccine will stop you from spreading the virus. We should continue to wear masks, social distance, and wash hands after we’ve been vaccinated.

If anything, this Uber driver is signaling to his passengers who understand virus transmission, their driver is one less person to worry about spreading Covid to if they suspect they’re asymptomatic.

And, at a full 21-days after being vaccinated, this Uber driver can statistically work with a peace of mind, knowing he’s protected.

Several top commenters to this tweet, including other Uber drivers, applaud this vaccine card-showing Uber driver’s efforts, adding in their .02

With decreasing Covid-19 hospitalizations, thanks to better weather and increased vaccinations, there’s light at the end of the tunnel for this once-in-a-lifetime pandemic.

Small gestures, like displaying your Covid-19 vaccination card, go a long way towards the collective fight that is squashing Covid-19’s rampant spread for good.

Bravo to this Uber driver.


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