COVID Passport thread

budoslavic

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hkhathaj

Woodpecker
The Swiss have joined the fray:

I was interested what kind of restrictions they protested - I found it at the end of the article:

"Citing a rise in the number of coronavirus cases, Switzerland rolled out mandatory Covid-19 passports effective from September 13. The certificate shows proof of vaccination, recovery or a recent negative test result, and has to be presented to enter restaurants, bars, gyms or other indoor public spaces. The measure is scheduled to expire in January 2022."

Switzerland is interesting because they are very different from other European countries. Most importantly men have guns at their homes. They also have some kind of direct democracy: they regularly vote about public topics.

AFAIK they already had a vote about Covid restrictions and people are divided if I remember well.
 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
Ontario has had the Covid pass since September 22nd this week.

So far, enforcement is there at most restaurants but extremely lax. You can basically take a picture of someones document and use it from your phone. People are confident that they can still just "skirt" the rules, but things will continue to be refined and tightened.

Sad times as people are beginning to lose their jobs through the vax mandate. Some unions are holding strong, others not so much.
 

griffinmill

Kingfisher

I hope more of this stuff happens, and that it's white-on-black, because the normies, the media and the Big Tech oligarchs won't know what to do. We all know that a large percentage of People of ColourTM aren't vaccinated, so this will cause a large amount of cognitive dissonance if they start being refused service. It can always be framed as WACIST! unless of course the rules are relaxed for People of ColourTM only.
 

hedonist

Kingfisher
I hope more of this stuff happens, and that it's white-on-black, because the normies, the media and the Big Tech oligarchs won't know what to do. We all know that a large percentage of People of ColourTM aren't vaccinated, so this will cause a large amount of cognitive dissonance if they start being refused service. It can always be framed as WACIST! unless of course the rules are relaxed for People of ColourTM only.
Same as the soy Vertitas guy mentioning the blow darts for minorities
 

Redcrosse

Woodpecker
I hope more of this stuff happens, and that it's white-on-black, because the normies, the media and the Big Tech oligarchs won't know what to do. We all know that a large percentage of People of ColourTM aren't vaccinated, so this will cause a large amount of cognitive dissonance if they start being refused service. It can always be framed as WACIST! unless of course the rules are relaxed for People of ColourTM only.
Even that would be a plus, because if they relax the rules for blacks only, that shows it’s just about power and control over the plebs, not protecting health.
 
Even that would be a plus, because if they relax the rules for blacks only, that shows it’s just about power and control over the plebs, not protecting health.

Vaccine passports for coloreds is racist
or
Exceptions for coloreds shows that vaccine passports arent about health

Would love to see a globalist try to fight their way out of that one

Either way, the outcome of this will be hilarious.

By some miracle, maybe passports will end for this reason and vaccines wont be mandated anymore
 

budoslavic

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The NHS app, which is separate from the Covid-19 app, can be used for anything from booking GP appointments to ordering repeat prescriptions. But one feature has driven rapid take up since travel restrictions were lifted in May: the app is the easiest means of accessing the NHS certificate proving an individual’s Covid-19 vaccination status.

The app requires users to go through an ID verification process to access these services, with some people directed to an automated process powered by iProov’s software.

When that process fails or is unavailable, the NHS app falls back on manual checks, in which users record a short video of themselves reading out a set of four numbers, as well as uploading an ID document.

The video is then sent to a team of identity checkers, who compare the ID photo with the user’s face in the video.

A spokesperson for the NHS said these staff were trained by the Home Office and were all based in England. Some work for NHS Digital directly.

But the NHS later admitted that Teleperformance, which performs much of the work, is permitted to subcontract the ID process to other companies.

It said these companies are subjected to “stringent” checks and that identity checkers must complete specialist training, pass quality assurance, audit and supervisory checks, all managed by NHS Digital.

Both NHS Digital and Teleperformance declined to provide a list naming the subcontractors.

It's never been about one's health after all.

 
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