Maureen Miller

professor of epidemiology, Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health

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Vaccine cards include sensitive info such as vaccine batch numbers, names, and birth dates.

Keep your vaccine card secure and off social media, says epidemiologist

Vaccine cards include sensitive info such as vaccine batch numbers, names, and birth dates.

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