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What's your view on mandatory 'health passes' or 'vaccine passes' for domestic entry to places?


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What's your view on mandatory 'health passes' or 'vaccine passes' for domestic entry to places?  

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  1. 1. What's your view on mandatory 'health passes' or 'vaccine passes' for domestic entry to places?

    • Sounds like the Soviet Union - a really bad idea, even if with noble intentions.
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    • Bad idea, worse than using more voluntary methods.
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    • Could be a bad idea, might depend on implementation.
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    • Good idea, keeps people safe and encourages vaccine uptake.
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    • Excellent idea - we should have done this long ago.
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21 minutes ago, Anthony_270 said:

With news that France is implementing a 'pass sanitaire' or health pass (to begin with, it is a Covid vaccine pass), what do you think about the wisdom of this and similar measures?

This is akin to having to carry papers or wear a patch to identify yourself. It should be illegal in anything that calls it self a democracy or a representative republic. In america it would be a violation of hippa but socialist joe will at some point attempt to mandate it. My guess is once the vaccines move out of the trial phase from the cdc.

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39 minutes ago, IndependentPerson said:

Any option called "not sure"?

I haven't really studied the issue.

That being said, Human Rights Watch has criticized vaccine passports, and the WHO has criticized mandatory vaccine passports.

The middle option? ('Could be')

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On 7/26/2021 at 1:00 PM, Anthony_270 said:

With news that France is implementing a 'pass sanitaire' or health pass (to begin with, it is a Covid vaccine pass), what do you think about the wisdom of this and similar measures?

The idea of vaccine passports (especially one mandated by government forces) is nothing short of authoritarianism. And the idea that society should treat those who do not get the shot as second class citizens is dangerous. When politicians start scapegoating segments of the population (especially with fear tactics), things usually do not go so well.

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17 hours ago, Anthony_270 said:

I am just so worried for what the next year is going to look like. I would be so absolutly ashamed of my self if I voted for biden and or the liberal governments in canada and austrailia that I wouldnt leave the house because of the extreme steps that are being taken. I pray everyday that some sense of normalcy will come back and people will start to wake up but unfortantly I do not believe that will happenšŸ˜”

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4 minutes ago, Berg2036 said:

or the liberal governments in canada and austrailia

'Liberal'. TBH, most of what is being done in Canada is implemented on the provincial level, with the federal government trying to push provincial governments this way and that (similar to the U.S.). The Trudeau government wanted to grab more emergency powers, but the provinces shut them down.

But it doesn't matter - the provinces have been plenty draconian themselves.

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"Thereā€™s nothing moreĀ permanent than a temporary government program."

Hence why I have fought against ridiculous rules and mandates from the very beginning. Government doesn't just give power back, it seeks to build off of what it has gained. People thought those who warned about these "passports" were conspiracy theorists until it became a real policy. The slippery slope is a real thing when it comes to government and power.

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