What used to be called a conspiracy theory is now becoming true. To secure our freedom and avoid discrimination for those who choose not to vaccinate against covid, we need to resist a covid passport. The Government is seeking views on the role of a “Covid certification” and are calling for evidence. See link below.
By using expressions such as: “help to reopen the economy, reduce restrictions on social contact and improve safety” it is obvious that the Government is using positive rhetoric in favour of a covid passport. A covid passport – or certification – would exclude people without covid vaccination from taking part in normal things such as travelling, visits to restaurants and other public places or large events.
The Government is seeking views on the role of Covid-status certification in the UK’s recovery from the pandemic, particularly from organisations and individuals with relevant expertise as well as those it would impact.
As set out last month in the Prime Minister’s Covid-19 Roadmap, the Government is looking at whether certification could help to reopen the economy, reduce restrictions on social contact and improve safety.
Covid-19 status certification involves using testing or vaccination data to confirm in different settings that people have a lower risk of transmitting Covid-19 to others.
The review – which is being led by the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster – is considering the ethical, equalities, privacy, legal and operational aspects of a possible certification scheme, and what limits, if any, should be placed on organisations using certification.
Read the full text here: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-asks-for-views-on-covid-19-certification