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UK Developing QR Code System To Only Allow Vaccinated People Into Events

Source close to government says spectators at the Tokyo Olympics will all need to be vaccinated

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The British government is developing a system to provide COVID vaccinated people with QR codes on their phones, which they would present to get into sports events, concerts and other large gatherings, according to reports.

“The unique codes would only be given to those who have been vaccinated against coronavirus, under plans being considered by ministers, to signal they can attend large gatherings currently considered to be ‘high risk’,” reports the Daily Mail.

The report, stemming from sources close to the government, also notes that “Those who refuse to get the Covid-19 jab would likely be refused entry to venues, as part of the same proposals.”

One source suggested that spectators at the Tokyo Olympics, scheduled for next year, will all be required to be vaccinated before allowed to attend events, indicating that the push for such a system is global.

“I think there are lots of people who think it is a logical extension and lots of people are interested in it,” the source was quoted as saying.

The source added that the move is seen as “One way of opening up society”.

The plan would see “those people who have had vaccinations carrying some kind of QR code or some sort of immunity certification which shows that they have been tested.”

Government officials have previously signalled that the system could be integrated with the much maligned NHS ‘track and trace’ app.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who once again refused to rule out making vaccination mandatory for all UK citizens this week, previously announced that ‘immunity passports’ could be rolled out for those who have antibodies against the virus, allowing them to participate in society.

The QR code proposal is just the latest in a string of indications that anyone who chooses not to be vaccinated will be effectively ostracised from society.

A British MP faced backlash Monday after suggesting that employees in the UK should not be allowed to go to work unless they can prove that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19, when the shot becomes available.

“If vaccination works and if we’re confident it’s safe, and all indications so far are good, then I can certainly see the day when businesses say: ‘Look, you’ve got to return to the office and if you’re not vaccinated you’re not coming in,’” said Tom Tugendhat.

Airlines are likely to require passengers to sign up for a “health pass” which includes a digital certificate of vaccination against COVID-19 before allowing them to fly, according to a recent report.

The system would be similar in nature to that being considered by Ticketmaster, who it was revealed are considering making customers prove they’ve had the vaccine or a negative coronavirus test before allowing them to purchase tickets.

Ticketmaster later clarified that a final decision on such measures would be up to event organizers but that they were still mulling over the implementation of the system.

With Uber and other companies also beginning to refuse services to people who fail to comply with coronavirus restrictions, the “new normal” will likely create a lower caste of refusniks who are barred from traveling, any form of social life, and in the future even basic financial services.

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Biden Surgeon General: Even Tripled Vaxxed Still Have To Wear Masks Indoors

“Use masks whenever you can in public indoor spaces, your risk can be quite low and your holidays can be quite fulfilling.”

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The Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy declared Sunday that even those who are tripled jabbed will still have to wear masks indoors while around their families at Christmas.

Appearing on CBS News, Murthy said “If people use the tools that we have that you can actually gather with much, much less risk,” referring to masks.

Murthy added that those ‘tools’ “include getting vaccinated, getting boosted. Certainly, if you are eligible, that helps raise your level of protection, using masks in public indoor spaces, gathering in well-ventilated places when you do gather. These are all tools we’ve learned help. And finally, remember testing.”

He added that “we have millions of people who are still unvaccinated, which poses a risk to their lives, but also poses an increased risk of transmission.”

Murthy continued, “But if you do as many families, you get vaccinated and boosted. You use testing judiciously before you gather, you gather in well-ventilated spaces and use masks whenever you can in public indoor spaces, your risk can be quite low and your holidays can be quite fulfilling.”

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“Quite fulfilling,” sounds like a rip roaring time.

Murthy previously issued a ‘toolkit’ ordering Americans not to share any information about COVID, including memes and statistics, unless they are verified by the CDC.

The Surgeon General also previously claimed that the government putting requirements on people to take vaccines is a long held American tradition, and that many businesses are “relieved” that the government is pushing vaccine mandates.

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    Supermarket Advert Showing Santa With A Vaccine Pass Is Cleared By Regulators

    “We consider that the depiction of Santa displaying a proof of vaccine status in an airport is likely to be seen as humorous”

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    A supermarket advert that depicts Santa Claus only being able to enter Britain with a vaccine passport has been cleared by regulators, who insist that it doesn’t ‘break our rules’.

    The short for the Tesco chain of supermarkets in Britain quickly became the second most complained about advert in history as it features the threat of Christmas being cancelled and Santa being quarantined because of COVID restrictions.

    Over 5000 complaints were registered after the ad, titled “This Christmas, Nothing’s Stopping Us”, also showed Santa averting the crisis by flashing his vaccination status passport, showing that he is fully vaxxed against the virus.

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    In a statement, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in Britain announced that “Having carefully assessed the 5,000 complaints we received about the Tesco Christmas ad campaign, we have concluded it doesn’t break our rules and there are no grounds for further action.”

    The statement further noted “We consider that the depiction of Santa displaying a proof of vaccine status in an airport is likely to be seen as a humorous reference to international travel rules people have experienced this year. It is unlikely to be interpreted as a message about these rules or the Covid-19 vaccine more widely.”

    Many of the complaints argued that the advert was overtly politicising Christmas, and that it encourages ‘medical discrimination’ against those who are not vaccinated, and promotes the need to take COVID vaccines in order for society to keep functioning.

    “While we understand that some people disagree with the vaccine programme and may find the ad in poor taste, we have concluded that the ad is unlikely to be seen as irresponsible or cause serious or widespread offence on the basis suggested,” the ASA statement further noted.

    While some earlier had celebrated the ‘removal’ of the ad, Tesco says it has not dropped the campaign.

    A previous ad campaign by Ryan Air that promoted the sale of summer flights with the slogan “Jab & Go!” was later banned by the ASA after thousands of people complained it was misleading.

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    Video: Paris Police Check Proof of Vaccination While Diners Eat

    High visibility patrols appear to be back.

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    A video out of Paris shows uniformed police officers inside a restaurant checking diners’ vaccine passports in the middle of their meals.

    The clip shows cops hovering over the dinner table as they make customers show proof of vaccination on their phones.

    One elderly woman appears to be somewhat confused by the checks as there is a delay in her showing her medical papers.

    “The Nazis are back in Paris,” commented Benny Johnson.

    As we previously highlighted, such scenes were commonplace on the first day that France imposed its vaccine passport scheme back in August.

    Police were seen patrolling cafes cafes and bars demanding to see proof of vaccination, even for people sitting outside.

    However, just a week later it appeared as though the high visibility action was just a form of intimidation to coerce people into compliance and that such patrols wouldn’t become routine.

    Anecdotal evidence detailed by former Google software engineer Mike Hearn suggested that most restaurants, cafes and other businesses in France are not enforcing the controversial system.

    “Over a four day stay I was required to show a valid pass exactly zero times; that includes at the airports in both directions. Compliance is absolutely min viable and often lower,” wrote Hearn.

    Numerous European countries are suffering record new COVID spikes despite implementing vaccine passport schemes months ago.

    As we highlighted earlier, an investigation by experts in Spain has concluded that vaccine passports have no significant impact on reducing COVID-19 infection rates.

    They are however very good at people locked in a state of fear and acquiescence.

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