The Push for Vaccine Passports is ON!

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Has this been posted yet?


Coronavirus 2020
#2

The Asymmetrical Assault continues - never ending ransom demands appear, as predicted.


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Via PlanetFreeWill.news,

The European Union is set to recognize a standard for vaccine passports in a what is being pitched as a move to reignite travel within the bloc.

While admitting that the use of such passports at the moment would be “premature” due to low vaccination rates amongst total populations, the EU says that plans to implement a bloc wide standard will likely be picked up in the near future.

EU commission vice-president Margaritis Schinas told the Daily Mail it was “perfectly imaginable that this can open avenues for other use, including facilitating travel.”

“We feel that now this is the time for these vaccine certificates to be recognized across the European Union, and even beyond the European Union,” he added.

EU Health Commissioner, Stella Kyriakides, is claiming that the bloc is in “active discussion” about how to implement a health related passport.

It isn’t hard to imagine the EU setting a standard for mandatory vaccine passports as numerous European countries have already committed to issuing such a document to its citizens for the purpose of travel.

Spain and Poland are the latest countries to announce that vaccine passports/certificates will be issued to those who receive the COVID-19 vaccination.

The United Kingdom is currently trialing a similar document in select areas of Britain.

The London Telegraph reporting last week that biometrics firm iProov and cybersecurity firm Mvine have developed a vaccine passport which will be optionally provided as a smart phone app for Brits vaccinated against COVID-19.

Denmark, Israel, Russia, and the Canadian Province of Ontario have also either announced a vaccine passport or that they are exploring the idea.

Airlines have also been very vocal about issuing a vaccine passport for travelers. In fact, Singapore Airlines in December became first major carrier to introduce a digital health certificate to verify passengers’ testing history and vaccination status.

London doctor Richard Dawood, who is cited by the Daily Telegraph as a “leading travel health expert”, says that vaccine passports are now “ultimately unavoidable.”

“Regardless of how any of us feel about the idea of ‘vaccine passports’ for travel, they will ultimately be unavoidable,” Dawood said, adding:

“Once countries begin insisting on proof of Covid immunity from arriving travelers, there will be little option but to embrace the challenge.

We all long for travel to return to normal. But entry requirements will remain as long as countries feel insecure, perhaps until most people have been vaccinated worldwide. Social distancing, sanitisers, face masks on flights, delays, red tape, and last-minute changes of plan, will stay a fact of travel until then.”

The implementation of such passports is running at full speed despite the World Health Organization stating earlier in the month that they oppose the use of ‘proof of vaccination documents’ “for the time being“.

“There are still too many fundamental unknowns in terms of the effectiveness of vaccines in reducing (virus) transmission and vaccines are still only available in limited quantities,” the WHO said.

The the standardization of such a document has some worried that the plan is bound to create a social divide between those who are willing to take the jab and those who are not.

“From an ethical point of view vaccine passports are completely unacceptable. You’re going to create a two-tier system and history shows that when you create division within society it leads to civil unrest. It’s vaccine apartheid,” Dr Clare Wenham, assistant professor of global health policy at the London School of Economics, warned in The Telegraph .


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It’s not a new idea. Proof of yellow fever vaccine is required for many countries.

One problem is how can someone prove that they had Covid-19, and therefore don’t need a vaccine.


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Already dead. The US will only accept antigen tests for entry. Vaccination or antibody proof not acceptable.

Which is going to be fun as antigen test have at least a 1 in 15 probability of being a false positive.

Who is going to book a flight if there is a 1 in 15 chance of being branded a COVID case.


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Best of 3? :smile:


#8

At 100 euro a shot?


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Never let details get in the way of an agenda lads and lassies. Ye should know the game and how it’s played.

This is a “set the standard” play. A case of who can out regulate to get to the top, to win he broad adoption prize.

The EU have a Pet Passport system already, that I think is recognised in some places outside of the EU, possibly in the US too… so while they won’t submit the “vaccine that is not a vaccine” to animal trials, they have already implemented a standards based vaccine passport system on human-pets first.

Remember one of the primary symptoms and long term effects of the Great Coronavirus Attack, is a sudden breakout of Communism for all. There are life long depilating side effects and novel interactions with other “isms”. They can be researched. One of note is mass premature death in a popualiton.

In summary, PR for the technocrats Wet Dream and we are the slaves (marks) that will gladly build it for them, Chinese Social credit system, by consent, thin end of wedgsky comrades.


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Fake problems need fake solutions.

…Oh we need standards, the public needs standards, to bring the cost down, be reassured no travel/holiday disruption, quality of tests, accuracy, public trust blah blah blah…


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Coercing everyone to take part in the World’s largest Clinical Trial is against the Nuremberg Code.

It only has an EUA. The Clinical Trial is still ongoing (see p12, or correct me if I’m reading it wrong).

https://www.fda.gov/media/144245/download

How to stop it though??


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A tweet by one of our Public Health Specialists…
https://twitter.com/marietcasey/status/1353286243761664002

It’s interesting that our National Immunisation Office, which has led every immunisation programme since 2005 is on the periphery of this one.
We keep paying a price for not recognising Public Health expertise.


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:crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers::crossed_fingers:


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Healthcare workers and other employees ‘have the right’ to refuse COVID-19 vaccine

Employers have to respect employee’s rights to refuse the COVID-19 vaccine with retribution from their employers, an HR expert has said.

The jab is currently being rolled out to healthcare workers and nursing home residents across the country.

However, the vaccine is not mandatory and people must ‘opt-in’ and register in order to be inoculated.

The HSE recently confirmed that it will not keep records of whether or not people choose to get the jab or whether they decline it.

Newstalk’s Lunchtime Live heard on Monday that one director of nursing had incentivised the vaccine programme to encourage uptake.

They said: ‘We’ve done everything from an employers perspective to entice staff. We’ve had raffles, we’ve offered €1000 in cash prizes.

Link


#16

Dangerous road for any employers to force staff to take the vaccine.

If you were against it but your employers made you take it, and then you had bad side effects, I imagine you could sue them


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Not if you dead 20 minutes later.


#18

And it would be going through the Irish courts. Eventually. So :woman_shrugging:


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The UK have apparently taken advice that compulsory vaccinations would be legal…

https://committees.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/9253/pdf