Fifty-three percent of American workers polled in a recent survey said they want technology in their workplaces that can record proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

That’s according to a joint report released Thursday from MRI Software, an international provider of real estate and workplace management solutions, and Brivo, a cloud-based access control and smart building technologies.

“There is clearly still a sense of unease among many in the wider workforce,” said Brian Zrimsek, industry principal at MRI Software. 

Support for employers to track vaccinations is only the tip of the iceberg for employees’ concerns about health and safety at work. The good news is that fewer respondents (52%) expressed safety and health concerns about returning to the workplace than in a May report (62%).

Meanwhile, the federal government is ramping up efforts to make COVID-19 primary vaccines and booster shots available to residents and staff members in long-term care settings. “We encourage long-term care providers to consider the option that works best for their residents and staff when coordinating access to COVID-19 vaccines, either in the local community or on-site,” the agency said.

The second Return to Work report from the Solon, OH, and Bethesda, MD-based companies included responses from more than 1,000 people across the United States. The previous study was released in May.