Would You Submit to a China Virus Passport to Attend Concerts, Sporting Events?
“This is like the mark of the beast stuff right here.” – Todd Starnes said of the possible digital coronavirus vaccine passport
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The future of air travel could include the requirement of a digital “coronavirus vaccine” passport.
Nationally syndicated radio host Todd Starnes questioned the possibility, requiring proof of a coronavirus vaccine or testing negative for the virus.
“What are we going to have a digital chip in us? This is like the mark of the beast stuff right here,” Starnes said on the Todd Starnes Radio Show Wednesday.
So, you won’t just need a passport to travel from Tennessee to Europe.
In particular, airlines are spearheading this effort for a coronavirus passport to travel.
“The U.S. must be a leader in this development,” a group of airlines wrote in a letter to COVID-19 Recovery Team Coordinator Jeff Zients.
The specifics of this possible passport aren’t laid out yet, but the requirements could be anything from a negative coronavirus test to proof of vaccination.
Besides wearing a mask at all times during travel, the Center for Disease Control is already requiring “a negative COVID-19 test result or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before they board a flight to the United States.”
“The current diverse and fragmented digital health credentials used to implement different countries’ air travel testing requirements risk causing confusion, reducing compliance, and increasing fraud,” the letter from the airlines said.
New York has already tested this system out at sporting events using a digital QR code system called the “Excelsior Pass.”
Goodness, is it even worth it to fly if it’ll be that much trouble? I might just have to take the 10-hour car ride.