The top executive of the Make-a-Wish Foundation to grant wishes only to terminally ill children and families who are fully vaccinated;
“We’ve approached this responsibility with a focus and diligence for your families health and safety,” CEO Richard Davis says.
- The charity said it will not require proof of vaccination but will make adults sign a waiver stating all participants are fully vaccinated.
- Air travel wishes will resume as soon as September 15.
- It remains unclear if wishes will be granted for children under 12 who have not yet been authorized to receive the coronavirus vaccine.