The Global Landscape on Vaccine ID Passports and Where It’s Headed: Part 1

Who would have thought just a couple years ago that we would be facing this level of unconstitutional surveillance, whereby your health is on full display and entry into civilization is thwarted by a little thing called “vaccine id passports?” Well, the fact is, many of us saw this coming, and have been warning of it for quite some time. One big tip off was ID2020, which was launched in 2016 by none other than Bill Gates’ Gavi, Microsoft, The Rockefeller Foundation, Accenture, and How prophetic of them to nail down the year ‘2020’ as a need for a “digital ID solution,” and launch their “certification mark” approval for stakeholders to get to work on technology apps as early as January 2019… ahead of schedule. All of this is part of their overall “Great Reset” agenda, with their full intention of implementing digital IDs that go far beyond the Covid-19 element, and will incorporate additional data on each individual, while tying in their social score, climate score, and finances as well. So just how far have they gotten with these digital “vaccine id passports” thus far? Below is a roadmap showing where all states are at as far as a partial ban, full ban, legislation, allowing the passports, and those who are heavily pushing it. One thing is clear – people and states are fighting this! In subsequent articles, I will break down where they are trying to go with this agenda, who the biggest players are, and how they intend to connect this into the digital financial future they are creating. People and states must continue to fight back against this to prevent these authoritarians from unleashing the greatest takeover of mankind ever witnessed on a global scale. We can stop this. According to the Chronicle for Higher Education, more than 500 colleges and universities plan to require a Covid-19 injection for at least some of their students and employees, with the majority of them being located in democrat states. One university in a republican state, Indiana University, is now facing a lawsuit by several students, alleging that IU’s mandate violates the liberty protected by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which includes rights of personal autonomy and bodily integrity, and the right to reject medical treatment. Lawsuits to prevent the requirement of both the injection and id passports must continue. This is a fight for our future. Congress has already introduced 13 new vaccine-related bills in 2021, of which 11 were sponsored by democrats. They’ve even introduced a new “maternal vaccinations act,” and want to roll out a campaign to push expanding HPV vaccinations. Under the guise of “protecting seniors,” they want to further inform seniors to get the dozen immunizations they recommend for adult populations. While pushing them on seniors, they were certain to include an “Act” to be sure all of the children have access to vaccines as well. There is one bill that includes providing information on the benefits and potential side effects for each immunization, to nursing facility operators, which could be beneficial. One bill that could be very important is the ‘vaccine injury compensation modernization act,’ but we have no way of knowing, as they have neglected to publish the text or summary on it as of yet, despite being introduced over 3 weeks ago. Perhaps one of the most disconcerting bills, is the ‘Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act of 2021‘ which entails “supporting the development and implementation of policies that facilitate complete population-level capture, consolidation, and access to accurate immunization information” through rapid identification, while working with private partnerships to achieve this goal, and awarding only those who follow the exact “standards” set by the technical team the Secretary chooses to contract with. Now who could that possibly be, lurking in the shadows? This entire bill is a setup to track every single person, lock them into a database that shares information far and wide, and try to force vaccine id passports. Rep. Ann M. Kuster (D-NH-2), sponsor of the bill, is on a mission to “get this vaccine into the arms of every American.” ROADMAP OF VACCINE ID PASSPORTS States That Have Fully or Partially Banned Vaccine Passports A statewide ban represents no state agency, no business, and no entity may require proof of Covid-19 injection from any citizen. Partial bans are typically bans on all state and local government being banned from requiring a vaccine id passport from any citizen for access to state facilities, but does not put limitations on businesses and/or schools. See the state-by-state breakdown below, and note that all of these states are conservative. Solid red states = full statewide ban, and dotted represents partial ban. In addition to these, it’s important to note that many states have also focused on passing measures that would restrict the legal authority of public health departments, including; requiring masks, closing businesses or schools, quarantining healthy individuals, preventing state hospitals and universities from requiring vaccinations of employees and students, or exercising emergency powers. And a lot of states have been introducing or passing legislation to prevent mandatory vaccines. This is all very positive. Alabama – Statewide BanThe bill states that public entities “may not issue vaccine or immunization passports, vaccine or immunization passes, or any other standardized documentation for the purpose of certifying the immunization status of an individual, or otherwise require the publication or sharing of immunization records or similar health information for an individual” other than vaccinations already required for schools. “An entity or individual doing business in this state may not refuse to provide any goods or services, or refuse to allow admission, to a customer based on the customer’s immunization status or lack of documentation that the customer has received an immunization.” Arizona – Partial BanBan on state and local governments from requiring proof of Covid-19 injections. Arkansas – Partial BanBan on state and local governments from requiring proof of Covid-19 injections, with some exceptions, including state-owned medical facilities. Private businesses are exempt. Florida – Statewide BanThe order prohibits any Florida government agency from issuing a vaccine passport and restricts any business from requiring them before allowing a customer to enter their premises. That said, there is a decades-old clause in SB2006 that wasn’t removed, (lines 1107-1111) stating, “If the individual poses a danger to the public health, the State Health Officer may subject the individual to isolation or quarantine. If there is no practical method to isolate or quarantine the individual, the State Health Officer may use any means necessary to vaccinate or treat the individual.” The people of Florida are fighting to get this clause removed. Georgia – Partial BanBan on state and local governments, and businesses that receive state funds, from requiring proof of Covid-19 injections. Idaho – Partial BanBans all state departments, agencies, boards, commissions, or executive branch entity, or official of the State of Idaho from requiring a vaccine id passport to access state services or facilities. It does not stipulate anything about “businesses” requiring them. Indiana – Partial BanProhibits the state or a local unit from issuing or requiring a Covid-19 immunization passport. It does not appear to cover businesses, and there is a dispute over whether it covers schools and universities. Iowa – Statewide BanIn addition, state grants and contracts “shall not be awarded to or renewed” with entities that violate this provision. Missouri – Partial BanProhibits any local government that receives public funds from requiring proof of Covid-19 injections or “vaccine passports” to access transportation systems and other public services. It also restricts local governments on health orders. Montana – Statewide BanBans the development or use of vaccine passports, including businesses. North Dakota – Partial BanIt is a full ban on state and local government, as well as businesses from requiring proof of vaccination by any citizen, but exempts higher education institutions and airports, as well as health care and long-term care providers, and the bill doesn’t apply when North Dakota is in a declared emergency. It is also limited to “a vaccination authorized by the federal food and drug administration pursuant to an emergency use authorization.” Oklahoma – Partial BanPublic school districts, technology center school district, and private postsecondary educational institutions are prohibited from requiring Covid-19 injections for students, vaccine id passports, or imposing mask mandates on unvaccinated students. South Carolina – Partial BanThey have banned state agencies, local governments and political subdivisions from requiring proof of Covid-19 vaccination, “administered under emergency use authorization issued by the FDA,” as a condition to access any building, facility or receiving government services, but does not apply to businesses or healthcare-related settings. In addition, the executive order also banned schools and local governments from creating mask mandates. Parents will be able to fill out a form opting their child out of mask requirements imposed by a public school official or school district. South Dakota – Partial BanThe order doesn’t appear to limit nursing homes or long-term care facilities from requiring documentation of a resident’s vaccination status, or at least that isn’t mentioned in the order. Though, it does seem to cover all other areas, including schools and businesses. Tennessee – Partial BanBans state or local government official, entity, department, or agency from requiring a mandate that private businesses require proof of vaccination as a condition of entering upon the premises of the business, or require proof of vaccination to enter a local government entity or services provided by a state or local government entity. However, it does not have restrictions on businesses themselves. Texas – Partial BanBans state agencies or political subdivisions from creating a “vaccine passport” requirement, or otherwise conditioning receipt of services on an individual’s Covid-19 vaccination status. It also prohibits organizations receiving public funds from requiring consumers to provide vaccine status documentation. Utah – Partial BanBans state government from requiring citizens to get the Covid-19 injection and use vaccine passports, including state colleges and universities, public schools, and college sporting events. It does not impact private schools or businesses. Wyoming – Partial BanState agencies, boards and commissions cannot require vaccine passports to access state spaces and state services. States Promoting The Use of Vaccine ID Passports CaliforniaNewsom announced their official launching of a “Digital Covid-19 Vaccine Record” that rolled out last week. People sign up on a website by entering their first and last name, birthday, email, and create a 4-digit pin. It will email people a digital version of their CDC card they already have, and create a QR code they can pull up as needed for entry into a venue, business, or country. Newsom says “it’s not a requirement, it’s just the ability now to have an electronic version of that paper version.” I will show why this is not advisable in subsequent follow-up articles. HawaiiTheir “Safe Travels” program is required for inter-county travel, and they have similar systems for out-of-state travelers. They have a full digital platform that requires travelers to enter their travel and health information. As of June 15, fully vaccinated individuals can enter Hawaii without pre-travel testing and quarantine, if they’ve waited 15 days since the completion of their injection, and provide a vaccination record into their “Safe Travels” program. New YorkThey are running a government-sponsored program, using the Excelsior Pass, which was developed by IBM. It is a smartphone app that shows if someone has tested negative for Covid-19 or has been vaccinated. Sports venues, Madison Square Garden, and other entertainment venues are already requiring it. IBM helped facilitate Nazi genocide through the generation and tabulation of punch cards based upon national census data in the 1930s. OregonThough they haven’t created a vaccine passport, their Health Authority’s guidelines state that if employers wish to remove the physical distancing and mask requirements, they must verify that those employees have been vaccinated. WashingtonMuch like Oregon, the Washington Department of Labor & Industries’ guidelines state that in order for a fully vaccinated employee to not have to wear a mask or socially distance, they have to show proof of vaccination or sign … Continue reading The Global Landscape on Vaccine ID Passports and Where It’s Headed: Part 1