Survey: Unvaccinated people should be denied airline tickets and hotel stays

A survey suggested that unvaccinated travellers should be denied flight tickets and hotel stays. - AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Unvaccinated people should be denied airline tickets and hotel stays, a recent survey finds.

The majority of respondents (46%) in the United States-centric study by Skynova believe that those who are unvaccinated (by choice) should be completely denied airline tickets while 35% feel that the unvaccinated should be denied hotel stays.

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