The Illinois Holocaust Museum recently announced that visitors over the age of five must present their COVID-19 vaccine passport to enter the building, prompting mockery from health freedom advocates.
According to a statement from the Illinois Holocaust Museum, visitors over the age of five must present “proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to enter the building as of January 5, 2022.”
Those over 16 must also provide photo identification that matches that on their COVID-19 passport of choice.
Despite requiring COVID-19 vaccine passports, attendees must also wear face masks.
“If you do not follow these guidelines, you may be asked to leave the Museum,” the museum’s website warns.