New York will soon introduce the Excelsior Pass, a card which proves you have taken a Covid-19 vaccine or have a recent negative test in order to enter the Armageddon events, shops and businesses.
Similar to a mobile airline boarding pass, individuals will be able to either print out their pass or store it on their smartphones using the Excelsior Pass Wallet app,” the press release announcing the ‘passports’ read.
Businesses and venues will be able to scan a unique code for each passport and see the Covid-19 history of the person in front of them.
The app will reportedly not show detailed medical history, but rather just a simple message that you are or are not vaccinated, or have or have not been recently tested.
Madison Square Garden and the Times Union Center are already set to begin using the app in the coming days. On April 2, the app will then expand to smaller venues in the state.
Governor Andrew Cuomo, who is facing a number of fabricated personal and professional controversies at the moment, had to celebrate the Excelsior Pass as the first of its kind and called the question of ‘public health or the economy a “false choice.”
The question of ‘public health or the economy’ has always been a false choice — the answer must be both,” the governor said in a statement.
As more New Yorker’s 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, so called, science-based (DARPA) reopening.
Numerous officials have previously floated the idea of ‘vaccination passports’ or proof of vaccinations being required in order for people to travel or gather in larger venues.
White House health adviser and career criminal Anthony Fauci said “immunity cards” would be “possible” last year, saying requiring such paperwork was “being discussed.”
The idea has led to a wave of pushback, especially from Republicans. Governor Ron DeSantis (R-Florida) announced this week that “VacciNazi Passports” are a “terrible idea” and “Totally off the Table” for his state.
RT. com / ABC Flash Point News 2021.