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Vaccine Passports / Certifications
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Cult-owned Fascist Fauci: ‘Covid’ Booster Shots Will Be Needed Every 8 Months (and you’ll have them or lose your ‘passport’ – are you getting it yet)

Joe Biden’s top health adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said the U.S. is on track to administer COVID booster shots every eight months.
In a Sunday appearance on MSNBC’s “Meet The Press,” Fauci claimed the federal government is taking a “flexible” approach to when Americans will be urged to take a booster shot.
“We’re still planning on eight months. That was the calculation we made,” the NIAID director told host Chuck Todd.
“This rollout will start on the week of September the 20th. But as we’ve said all along, Chuck, in the original statement, that’s the plan that we have, but we are open to data as they come in.”
“We’re not changing it, but we are very open to new data as it comes in. We’re going to be very flexible about it,” he added.
This comes after Joe Biden called for COVID boosters every 5 months.
“The question raised is, should it be shorter than eight months? Should it be as little as five months? That’s being discussed. I spoke with Dr. Fauci this morning about that,” Biden said Friday.
The boosters still need to be formally approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) before the government pushes them on citizens.
Read more: Cult-owned Fascist Fauci: ‘Covid’ Booster Shots Will Be Needed Every 8 Months (and you’ll have them or lose your ‘passport’ – are you getting it yet)
As the fascists always planned … Ministers set to impose vaccine passports on more mass events with sports matches, concerts and conferences set to face the same limits as nightclubs

Ministers are set to impose vaccine passports on those attending football matches, pop concerts and business conferences despite mounting Tory opposition.
Boris Johnson announced plans in July to make double vaccination a ‘condition of entry’ for nightclubs in England because of fears that they could become Covid hotspots.
But ministers will meet next week to discuss extending the requirement to a string of other ‘mass events’, the Mail has learnt. Although final decisions have not been taken, a Whitehall source said the plans were likely to be ‘very similar’ to those unveiled by Nicola Sturgeon in Scotland this week.
The SNP leader said vaccine passports would be mandated for all unseated live events attracting more than 500 people indoors or 4,000 outdoors. All events with audiences of more than 10,000 would also be covered, whether seated or not.
A Whitehall source said precise audience caps might vary in England but the types of events covered was likely to be the same.
The rules would make Covid passports mandatory for most big sporting events, as well as music concerts, festivals and some exhibitions. Sources said large theatres could also be covered.
But in a concession to Tory MPs, the Government is expected to rule out imposing the new system on the wider hospitality sector for now, meaning pubs and restaurants will escape.

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How (and why) Israel changed what “fully vaccinated” means

Israel has been at the forefront of the vaccination push ever since November 2020, when they signed agreements with Pfizer to run what were essentially medical experiments on their civilian population.
They were the first country to roll out the Pfizer vaccine. They were the first country to try out the (since abandoned) “Green passes” system of medical segregation. And now they’re the first country to change the terms of the “get vaccinated and get your freedom back” contract.
That’s right. Just as “three weeks to flatten the curve” turned into around 18-months (and counting), “double jabbed” is now evolving into “triple jabbed”.
To quote Dr Salman Zarka, Israel’s “coronavirus czar”:
Quote:We are updating what it means to be vaccinated,”
So, there you have it. In Israel, officially, those who have been injected with two doses of Pfizer’s so-called vaccine are no longer counted as vaccinated.
What does this mean?
Well, first of all, it means all those “vaccinated” people can kiss their recently acquired freedoms goodbye, unless they’re willing to get at least one more booster.
According to the Wall Street Journal [paywalled article]:
Quote:Holders of Israel’s vaccine passports must get a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine within six months of their second dose, or lose the so-called green pass that allows them more freedom.”
Read more: How (and why) Israel changed what “fully vaccinated” means
Secret society psychopath Zahawi faces fierce Tory backlash in the Commons over vaccine passports – ‘the Delta variant changed everything’ said the professional liar who knows that vaccine passports were in the script from Day 1

Tory MPs urged the Government to drop plans for vaccine passports after accusing a minister of talking “rubbish” and picking an “unnecessary fight” with them.
Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi also caused head-shaking among colleagues when he told MPs there will be “some essential services which will not need” people to show a Covid passport – heightening their fears over the Government’s proposals.
The Government has confirmed it wants to introduce vaccine passports for nightclubs, an idea which has previously been met with criticism from MPs in both main parties, by the end of September.
The scheme would see members of the public required to show proof they have had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine in order to gain entry to clubs and other large-scale events.
Responding to an urgent question in the Commons, Mr Zahawi said the policy is “designed to reduce transmission and serious illness”. He added: “No-one in this Government, certainly not this Prime Minister – it is not in his DNA to curtail people’s freedoms or require people to show a piece of paper before they enter a nightclub.”
Mr Zahawi went on: “The reason that we are moving forward on this is because, if you look at what has happened in other countries where nightclubs were opening and then shutting again, opening and shutting again, we want to avoid that disruption and maintain sectors that can add to people’s enjoyment of life and dance, as it did for the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Michael Gove).
“That they can do so sustainably, the reason for the end of September… is because by the end of September all 18-year-olds and above would have had the chance to have two doses.”
He added: “It is not something… we do lightly, it is something to allow us to transition this virus from pandemic to endemic status.”
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Cult-owned psychopath Fauci calls for unvaccinated Americans to be banned from air travel

Dr Anthony Fauci has backed the idea of banning unvaccinated people from air travel in the US.
“I would support that if you want to get on a plane and travel with other people, you should be vaccinated,” Dr Fauci, the director of the US’ National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told the Skimm Thispodcast, according to The Hill. The podcast was taped last week and is set to be released on Thursday.
The support from Dr Fauci, who earlier led the Covid-19 task force, comes days after Democrat representative Don Beyer introduced a bill in the House of Representatives to make a proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours from travel a requirement to board an airline or a train.
Mr Beyer, the representative from Virginia, introduced The Safe Travel Act in the House on Thursday.
“Requiring airport and Amtrak travellers and employees to provide a proof of Covid vaccine or negative test is just common sense,” Mr Beyer said on his bill. “These are easy steps we can take to make travel safer, as companies like United have already demonstrated with responsible policy changes.”
Earlier in August another Democrat, New York representative Ritchie Torres, also pushed a bill to require Americans to get immunised or tested before travelling. In his letter to the Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security, Mr Torres said such a requirement was “common sense”.
Read more: Cult-owned psychopath Fauci calls for unvaccinated Americans to be banned from air travel
Vaccine passports: ‘Covid’ rule change ‘a blow to most vulnerable’ say pair of prats at the BBC

You check your pockets before you leave the house – phone, keys, purse, wallet… and vaccine passport.
Well, you can forget the last one on that list after a plan to introduce proof of double vaccination for access into nightclubs and large events in England was reversed.
The aim of vaccine passports, supposed to come in at the end of the month, was to reduce Covid cases and avoid lockdowns.
But it was criticised by venues, some MPs and people who’ve not yet been vaccinated.
Laith Alobaidi tells Radio 1 Newsbeat the lack of a vaccine passport is “another blow to sick and disabled people, the most clinically vulnerable to Covid”.
The 26-year-old lives with Crohn’s Disease, and due to the medication he takes to manage his health, he’s highly immunocompromised and clinically extremely vulnerable. [font=-apple-system, BlinkMacSystemFont, "segoe ui", Roboto, "helvetica neue", Arial, sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol"]He’s spent most of the last 18 months shielding, even when the guidelines have said it’s safer to go outside.[/font]
“Many of us are used to being more cautious around catching viruses because we’re more prone to it,” he says. [font=-apple-system, BlinkMacSystemFont, "segoe ui", Roboto, "helvetica neue", Arial, sans-serif, "apple color emoji", "segoe ui emoji", "segoe ui symbol"]Laith, from Devon, feels vaccine passports would make him feel more comfortable attending clubs and events.[/font]
“It would give me reassurance. And it feels like there aren’t too many accommodations for the most vulnerable at events.”

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