Asking Someone If They're Vaccinated Is Not A HIPAA Violation, But These Tweets Are *Chef's Kiss*
"How am I? Number one that’s a violation of my HIPAA rights."
HIPAA, which stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, prohibits healthcare providers, health insurance companies, and some related businesses from disclosing your medical information without your consent.
Additionally, employers and businesses are well within their rights to ask if you've been vaccinated. And employers can legally require that workers get the vaccine, with some medical and religious exceptions.
Employers also have the right to ask if you're experiencing COVID-like symptoms if you call in sick so they can take appropriate measures to protect the rest of your team.