Around the world, there's considerable resistance against mandatory COVID-19 vaccination, but even if the vaccine ends up being "voluntary," refusing to take it will have severe implications for people who enjoy their freedom.
For months, the writing has been on the wall: Forced vaccination is part and parcel of the plan to "reset" the global economic system, forever altering life as we know it along the way. Now, global vaccine passports are in fact being introduced, and it's only a matter of time before vaccination status will be a prerequisite for travel.
Just how voluntary is it if you have to have the COVID-19 vaccine if you ever want to leave the country — or perhaps even state — in which you live, at any point during the rest of your life?
CommonPass1 is a digital "health passport" framework initiated by The Commons Project, the World Economic Forum and The Rockefeller Foundation, which during the first week of July 2020 convened more than 350 leaders from the public and private sectors in 52 countries to design a common framework "for safe border reopening" around the world. The proposed framework involves the following:
Every nation must publish their health screening criteria for entry into the country using a standard format on a common framework
Each country must register trusted facilities that conduct COVID-19 lab testing for foreign travel and administer vaccines listed in the CommonPass registry
Each country will accept health screening status from foreign visitors through apps and services built on the CommonPass framework
Patient identification is to be collected at the time of sample collection and/or vaccination using an international standard
The CommonPass framework will be integrated into flight and hotel reservation and check-in processes