India’s Health Minister recently opposed the idea of Vaccine Passports ahead of the G7 Summit. However, quietly the Indian government has issued guidelines to link your COVID-19 vaccine certificate to your passport.
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India’s Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Friday said India was against the implementation of “vaccine passports” for travel to foreign countries amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Vardhan was speaking at a health ministers’ meeting of the G7 countries, where India was invited as a guest.
Expressed India's concern & strong opposition to 'Vaccine Passport' at this juncture of the #pandemic— Dr Harsh Vardhan (@drharshvardhan) June 4, 2021
With vaccine coverage as a % of population in developing countries still low compared to developed countries, such an initiative could prove to be highly discriminatory.@G7 pic.twitter.com/zh6nhkEfbv
Either the minister isn’t aware of or is lying outright infront of the whole world. Because the Indian government has already planned to implement Vaccine Passports.
Vaccine certificates from CoWIN will now be linked to passports for people planning international travel for education, work opportunities or as part of the Indian contingent for the Tokyo Olympics, the government announced on Monday.
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The new rule also provisioned for early administration of the second dose of Covishield in specific cases where the travel dates fall before the period of the 84-day gap.
#CoWIN certificates to be linked to Passport of such Travelers— PIB India (@PIB_India) June 7, 2021
▪️Mention of vaccine type as “Covishield” is sufficient; no other qualifying entries required in Vaccination Certificates
Read here: https://t.co/SYcUy5cgdG
As reported by GreatGameIndia earlier, the planning for executing the concept of ‘Vaccine Passports’ began 20 months prior to the outbreak of the pandemic.
What these roadmap talk about is not just some document that would restrict your entry or movement to certain places. What they envision is an entire COVID eco-system, a future where each and every aspect of your life is monitored and regulated as per the whims and fancy of these Pharma Overlords.
To implement this agenda Dr Harsh Vardhan was nominated to the board of Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) last year.
Honoured to have been nominated on the board of @gavi— Dr Harsh Vardhan (@drharshvardhan) December 30, 2020
I hope to contribute to the alliance's endeavours for ensuring equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, improving access to other vaccines for vulnerable children & boosting economies of low-income countries.@PMOIndia https://t.co/p7lNPVpTvq
Dr. Harsh Vardhan will be representing the South East Area Regional Office (SEARO)/ Western Pacific Regional Office (WPRO) constituency on the GAVI Board. The seat is currently held by Mr. MyintHtwe of Myanmar. Dr. Harsh Vardhan will be representing India from 1stJanuary 2021 until 31st December 2023.
The GAVI Board is responsible for strategic direction and policy-making, oversees the operations of the Vaccine Alliance and monitors programme implementation. With membership drawn from a range of partner organisations, as well as experts from the private sector, the Board provides a forum for strategic decision making, innovation and partner collaboration.
We have already discussed earlier in detail how the British led GAVI has managed to infiltrate India’s healthcare policy-making thereby gaining a strategic position to dictate India’s response to coronavirus.
Dr Harsh Vardhan also oversees the WHO’s COVID-19 Surveillance Project in India in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
Watch Deferred Live !! Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Health Minister, interacts with @WHO field officers for #COVID19 containment strategy. Meeting via Video Conference from Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi https://t.co/zId9YTHWOB— DrHarshVardhanOffice (@DrHVoffice) April 15, 2020
The data gathered through full-scale surveillance will be used to make future Indian strategies for containment in India. Coincidentally, WHO’s National Public Health Surveillance Project is launched on the very same day American President Donald Trump announced an end to the funding of WHO, with regards to the never-ending list of blunders being committed by WHO repeatedly.
Dr Harsh Vardhan also oversees the India’s mandatory digital health card modeled on Bill Gates’ concept. Under the ‘One Nation One Health Card’ scheme, a person’s medical history records, including all the treatments and tests that the person has undergone, will be digitally saved in this card.
Who actually benefits from Vaccine Passports?
The major beneficiary of these Vaccine Passports projects will be the multinational pharmaceutical industry and not the common man.
In addition to it, the ordinary people will have to share their medical records in order to prove themselves fit to travel internationally or even to watch a movie.
The estimated business these pharmaceutical giants are aiming is worth $1.5 trillion in 2021 alone.
As soon as the new American President was installed, an executive order was signed imposing new travel restrictions and begin testing the feasibility of COVID-19 vaccine passports.