In an abrupt turnaround and perhaps a harbinger of more news to come, vaccine passports will be chucked as a means to tightly manage English society under the guise of public health. Reported recently by Reuters, UK’s Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Sajid Javid recently declared to multiple news outlets, including the BBC that “We shouldn’t be doing things for the sake of it.” As the plan’s enactment was just around the corner, apparently enough resistance and criticism from the political classes influenced the changing position.
A scheme meant to be on reserve, meaning ready for implementation should another COVID-19 surge manifest in the cold forthcoming months, this plan would have required residents to produce proof of vaccination—determining if fully vaccinated or just one jab or a COVID-19 test result or demonstration of completing the necessary quarantine period should any show that they were recently infected.
Happy with the change are the various entertainment and cultural sectors in England, particularly in London and the other mid-sized UK cities. Apparently, political resistance among Tory MPs participating in the conservative-...
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