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Canadian Health Ministry Exploring “Immunity Passports,” Vaccine “Tracking And Surveillance”

Ontario government says non-vaccinated people could face travel, social restrictions

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The Health Minister of Ontario in Canada has stoked controversy by suggesting that people who do not take the coronavirus vaccine will face restrictions on where they can travel and spend time.

When asked by reporters about how the government intends to go about convincing people to get the vaccine, Health Minister Christine Elliott warned that those who refuse it will face difficulties reintegrating into society.

“That’s their choice, this is not going to be a mandatory campaign. It will be voluntary,” Elliot said, but adding that “There may be some restrictions that may be placed on people that don’t have vaccines for travel purposes, to be able to go to theatres and other places.”

When another reporter asked if the government would be introducing ‘immunity passports’, or proof of vaccination cards, Elliot said “Yes, because that’s going to be really important for people to have for travel purposes, perhaps for work purposes, for going to theatres or cinemas or any other places where people will be in closer physical contact.” 

Following up on Elliot’s comments, The Toronto Sun spoke to her press secretary, who confirmed that the government is exploring several options for vaccine “tracking and surveillance.”

“This includes exploring developing tech-based solutions while also providing for alternative options to ensure equitable access to any potential ‘immunity passport,’” Alexandra Hilkene said.

Sun reporter Brian Lilley notes “That phrase will set off alarm bells and it should, not just for anti-vaxxers, but for anyone who is concerned about Charter rights and governments running roughshod over them.”

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Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams has also said that a COVID-19 vaccine may be required for “freedom to move around”.

“What we can do is to say sometimes for access, or ease, in getting into certain settings, if you don’t have vaccination then you’re not allowed into that setting without other protection materials,” Williams said.

The comments of these Canadian officials add to the litany of other government and travel industry figures in both the US, Britain and beyond who have suggested that ‘COVID passports’ are coming, in order for ‘life to get back to normal’

In an essay in The Wall Street Journal on Saturday, former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Tom Frieden noted that he expects the so called ‘immunity passports’ will come into widespread use despite any ethical, legal or operational challenges, and despite the fact that it hasn’t at all been determined whether the vaccine equates to immunity.

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Uber Driver Worries About Face Mask During Chicago Shootout

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Uber driver caught in crossfire of terrifying Chicago shootout worries about his face mask slipping below his nose.

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Video: Fauci Says ‘People Who Don’t Like Me Are Conspiracy Theorists, Deny Reality’

“Sometimes, the truth becomes inconvenient for some people. So they react against me. That just is what it is.”

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In an incredibly telling declaration Sunday, Anthony Fauci announced that anyone who doesn’t like him or what he says is ‘denying reality’ and spreading ‘conspiracy theories’.

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace told Fauci that he has become “a polarizing figure,” and that “critics accuse you of sending mixed messages.”

Wallace continued, “There’s allegations that you helped fund dangerous research at the Wuhan lab,” before asking “why do you think you’ve become so controversial? And honestly, do you think there’s anything you have done that has contributed to that?”

Fauci replied “I can’t think of anything, but I’m sure some people will.”

He continued, “I have always stood for making science, data, and evidence be what we guide ourselves by. And I think people who feel differently, who have conspiracy theories, who deny reality, looking them straight in the eye, those are people that don’t particularly care for me.”

“That’s understandable,” Fauci further proclaimed, adding “Because what I do — and I try very hard — is to be guided by the truth.”

“And sometimes, the truth becomes inconvenient for some people. So they react against me. That just is what it is. There’s not much I can do about that,” Fauci added.

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One wonders what kind of ‘truth’ Fauci was guided by when he continually lied about funding gain of function research.

Elsewhere during the interview Fauci again warned that unvaccinated Americans will be the cause of the next ‘wave’ of Coronavirus. Apparently it’s the fifth wave now.

“The problem is as we all know, we still have approximately 66 million people who are eligible to get vaccinated who are not vaccinated,” Fauci said.

In a further interview with ABC, Fauci suggested that only vaccinated people should gather with other vaccinated family members for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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    Report: While Boris Ruined Christmas For Everyone Else, He Broke Lockdown Rules

    Groundhog Day as yet another example of leaders violating their own mandates emerges.

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    Yet another example of leaders flagrantly violating their own lockdown rules has emerged again after it was alleged that Carrie and Boris Johnson spent Christmas with political campaigner Nimco Ali.

    Ali reportedly spent the festive period with the couple in direct violation of the rules that Johnson’s government imposed on the rest of the country.

    Ensuring families were separated at Christmas, the south-east of England was placed under the most extreme lockdown measures, meaning people could only legally see one other person outdoors, with mixing indoors banned.

    Elsewhere, people were only allowed to see family members on Christmas Day.

    However, Boris and his wife apparently violated these rules by allowing Ali to visit and stay at 10 Downing Street.

    According to an article written by executive editor of the Spectator Lara Prendergast, Ali “spent Christmas with the couple at No10 despite pandemic restrictions on holiday gatherings.”

    Both Johnson and Carrie denied they had broken COVID lockdown rules, but refuse to address whether or not Ali had visited their residence. Ali herself also denied the allegations.

    If proven true, this adds to the multitudes of examples of people who were instrumental in placing Brits under draconian lockdown rules yet totally ignored them when it came to their own behavior.

    Earlier this year, leaked photos revealed Health Secretary Matt Hancock passionately kissing his mistress at a time when Brits were being told they shouldn’t even shake hands.

    “Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been having a secret affair with his closest aide,” reports the Sun. “He cheated on his wife with Gina Coladangelo, 43, who he hired last year with taxpayers’ money, as Covid gripped Britain.”

    Professor Neil Ferguson, whose contentious models and alarmist predictions formed the justification for the first lockdown also repeatedly violated it.

    Ferguson continually flouted the rules in order to have sex with 38-year-old married mother of two Antonia Staats, who traveled across London to visit Ferguson on several occasions.

    Keep complying, idiots.

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