When Biden and his administration ‘put their eye” on something – it is done in the very minute. They’re not asking the people, they are not being political, they are not discussing- they are proclaiming.
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The administration will “provide guidance” on the effort to develop vaccine passports and similar systems, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters in Washington.
“There is currently an interagency process that is looking at many of the questions around vaccine verification, and that issue will touch many agencies, as verification is an issue that will potentially touch many areas of society. That’s the guidance we’ll provide. A determination or development of a vaccine passport or whatever you want to call it will be driven by the private sector. Ours will more be focused on guidelines that can be used as a basis and there are a couple of key principles that we are working from,” she added.
“The key principles are that there will be no centralized, universal database tracking COVID-19 vaccinations, there will be no federal mandate requiring all Americans to obtain a single vaccine passport, there will be an encouragement of an open marketplace with both companies and nonprofits developing technology, and there will be an effort by the government to ensure all passports meet key standards, such as “accessibility” and “affordability,” Psaki continued in her statement.
“This is something we are working through. We want to provide clarity to the public,” she added.
And the first state to introduce vaccine passports was New York, which started out just last week. They’re currently using an IBM technology, which will be installed in the big, crowded areas, such as music theaters, arenas, stadiums, and other large business halls, that would be able to state if the person has already taken a COVID 9 vaccine or not.
“As more New Yorkers get vaccinated each day and as key public health metrics continue to regularly reach their lowest rates in months, the first-in-the-nation Excelsior Pass heralds the next step in our thoughtful, science-based reopening,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, said in a statement.
Other companies and groups are developing similar technology, with an eye on requiring vaccinations to fly on planes, attend concerts, and for other venues where crowds of people gather.
Some have even openly expressed their concerns regarding the “vaccination passports.”
“I think vaccine passports are a disproportionately technologically heavy solution, and they’re likely to be a waste of resources. But beyond that, I think there are also serious ethical concerns. I think that it’s an unnecessarily divisive approach. And I think it’s going to create more unfairness and inequality in an already unequal society,” stated Dr. Sarah Chan, an expert in the field of bioethics at the University of Edinburgh College of Medicine.
“If we start deciding who’s allowed to freely participate in a society based on individual vaccination status, we’re really trying to put the responsibility onto individuals to be vaccinated. And that, in turn, assumes that whether or not a person has been vaccinated is wholly a matter of their own completely free choice. And that’s just not the case. In fact, vaccination is going to be dependent on a whole load of other factors beyond people’s control, such as the ability to access the vaccine, pre-existing health conditions, and so forth,” she added later.
One of Biden’s highest administration advisors, Andy Slavitt, stated that Americans, as well as those in other countries, who will, or tend to get vaccinated “will want to be able to demonstrate that vaccination in various forms.”
“Unlike other parts of the world the government here does not view its role as the place to create a passport, nor a place to hold the data of citizens. We view this as something that the private sector is doing and will do. What’s important to us, and we are leading an interagency process right now to go through these details, are that some important criteria be met with these credentials,” such as “equitable access,” he told reporters during a virtual briefing.
“Privacy of the information, security, and a marketplace of solutions are all things that are part of what we believe in as is the ability for people to be able to access this free and in multiple languages,” he added.
When he was continuously asked – why isn’t the government developing the p[passports by herself – he tried to avoid answering at first, but after being pressed, he stated that the people already have doubts and concerns regarding the involvement of the government in the vaccination process.
What a thoughtful, yet “see-through” answer!
“Point of fact, it would discourage people to feel like that was the role we are playing. So we think we can have the best of all worlds and put forward guidelines and guidance,” he stated.
Will you get vaccinated if that becomes a condition to be able to continue living a normal social life?