Chicago could require vaccine passports like New York but not yet: health commissioner says
Attendees of Lollapalooza present their vaccination cards for entry to the third day of the music festival on July 31, 2021. - Vashon Jordan Jr/TNS

Despite rising COVID-19 cases, Chicago’s public health commissioner said Tuesday the city is not at this point mandating vaccination proof for indoor bars, restaurants and gyms, as New York City mayor’s announced will be required in that city. Dr. Allison Arwady called New York’s move “appropriate” and praised Chicago businesses who independently implemented such a practice. But New York City was a lot less resistant at the idea of a vaccine passport than Chicago has been, she said. “At this point, we’re interested in this,” Arwady said. “We’ll be watching to see how this plays out, but we don...