It turns out, implementing a vax pass actually cripples a country.
Boris Johnson will announce this week that he is scrapping plans that would have required vaccine passports for entry to nightclubs, cinemas and sports grounds.
On Tuesday, the prime minister will announce plans to try to keep Covid under control over the winter. He will say that he has abandoned the proposed compulsory certification scheme, which would have forced venues to check people’s vaccine status.
Johnson tore up the proposals after scientists said vaccinations would be an effective first line of defence against a winter wave of the pandemic. But the move also represents a significant concession to Tory backbench rebels who had complained that enforcing vaccine passports would create a group of second-class citizens.
Even Asia has failed to implement these passports.
Japan, Korea and Taiwan all tried to do it and it didn’t work. It’s just too slow and confusing to have everyone scanning these QR codes.
But Britain is going to force it, like the rest of the West.
This is just a fakeout.
This is what will happen:
He will announce they’re getting rid of it, then they will come out and say “oh it’s a crisis because we don’t have the vax pass,” then they will reinstate it.
It’s obvious that they are not going to back down on any of this stuff.
They just had polling that showed that people were angry about the vax pass, so they back off for a bit, then come back with it.
Seriously, screenshot this.
I will be proved right yet again.