“We as W.H.O. are saying at this stage we would not like to see the vaccination passport as a requirement for entry or exit because we are not certain at this stage that the vaccine prevents transmission,” W.H.O. spokeswoman Margaret Harris told a news conference in Geneva, Reuters reports.
Since the makers of the “vaccines” claim that what they do is “reduce symptoms” that would be an accurate assumption from W.H.O.
However, the real victory here is in the rejection of the concept of vaccine passports – or proof that one has been vaccinated in an attempt to keep from getting what is called “COVID-19” – is one whose time has not come, and may not despite the push from some countries and some individual states in the United States to make this part of “the new norm.”
“There are all those other questions, apart from the question of discrimination against the people who are not able to have the vaccine for one reason or another,” Harris added, echoing an argument already gaining momentum in the U.S. and beyond.
Ms. Harris is referring to the reality that not everyone has access to the vaccines, not that there are hundreds of millions, if not billions, of people on this planet who refuse to take them on grounds ranging from religious convictions, conscientious objections considering that aborted babies are used in the development and no small amount of lack of trust in what is currently still experimental therapy.
As more states in the USA reject the idea of vaccine passports, they are bolstered by this action at the international level. It may yet come to pass, but at this point, there is no reason for them as the science is not settled on whether or not the darn vaccines do what they are intended to do,
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Monday vowed to take action against the broad push for vaccine passports. https://t.co/Vpd7tTkUme