Tech companies and non-profits are working to develop digital passports for fliers to prove they have received the coronavirus vaccine, a report said.
The Financial Times reported companies like Microsoft, Oracle, and Salesforce are working to make digital cards a reality. The project is called the “Vaccination Credential Initiative.”
“Individuals are going to need to have to produce vaccination records for a lot of aspects of getting back to life as normal,” Paul Meyer, the chief executive of The Commons Project, told the paper. “We live in a globally connected world. We used to anyway – and we hope to again.”
The project hopes that anyone who received inoculation could update their records on Apple Wallet or Google Pay as an encrypted digital copy.
The CDC reported that over 30 million COVID-19 vaccines have been distributed in the U.S. as of last Thursday.
TRENDPOST: The Trends Journal has warned that companies and governments would eventually require COVID passports to gain entry anywhere, and if you refuse to take the shot, you will have no freedom to live in society. 
Back in April, Dr. Anthony Fauci, touted by politicians and Presstitutes as America’s top disease expert, told CNN that Americans who have recovered from the coronavirus could eventually receive immunity cards, since many who have had the disease develop antibodies.
Ron Paul, the former Libertarian nominee for president, slammed the idea of doling out immunity cards and said, “The plan that they have is when things are getting back to normal, yes, people can return to their work, and they do things and go to the golf course if they get a stamp of approval. Your liberties are there if you get a proper stamp from the government.” 
So, now, not only will you need to get a shot from the government, but you will also, essentially, need to get a stamp to prove you got the shot. 
The coronavirus outbreak is going to dictate every single element in our lives. Austin Beutner, the head of the Los Angeles County School District, the second-largest in the country, said last week that once shots become available for kids, they must be inoculated or they cannot attend in-person classes. Even though drug companies admit a sufficient amount of testing on the young has not been completed, Beutner said the step will be “no different than students being vaccinated for measles and mumps who were tested for tuberculosis before they come on campus. That’s the best way we know to keep all on the campus safe.”
TREND FORECAST: We maintain our forecast that strong anti-tax, anti-vax, anti-immigration, anti-establishment political “populist” movements will sweep across America and Europe.

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