In the European Union in order to enter most public places one must have a vaccination verification QR code. Every vaccinated person has one and mostly they have them on their phones so they can be scanned. Every restaurant and museum requires it and take it quite seriously, sort like they do in Alabama or rural Wisconsin. While they have been very forgiving of my stupid American little paper, I know what they’re thinking. Perdant.
I’d applied for a French QR code online some time ago and got it yesterday. I was able to use it today for the first time. You could hear me sucking my teeth in the 16th.
And in case you’re worried that I’m showing something that could be copied, or, in fact, planning to copy this yourself—you know who you are—it’s totally not my real one.