The World Health Organization (WHO) announced plans to adopt the EU’s digital Covid health passport framework to create a network of digital health certificates.
What was long maligned as a conspiracy theory is now coming to pass. The initiative will be called the Global Digital Health Certification Network and will include an international certificate of vaccination, routine immunisation cards and international patient summaries.
If adopted, travel will depend on compliance with WHO diktats. The World Health Organisation is an unelected body which sovereign nations can overrule.
Read about the dangers of heath passports and how they destroy civil liberties here.
The WHO said it will “take up the European Union (EU) system of digital COVID-19 certification to establish a global system that will help facilitate global mobility and protect citizens across the world from on-going and future health threats.”
The EU’s covid mRNA certificate was put into force in July 2021 and issued to over 2.3 billion people.
In a statement, WHO’s China-backed Director-General Tedros said that “building on the EU’s highly successful digital certification network, WHO aims to offer all WHO Member States access to an open-source digital health tool.”
“New digital health products in development aim to help people everywhere receive quality health services quickly and more effectively,” he added.
The European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Stella Kyriakides said: “Today is a new chapter in global cooperation on digital health. It will help to place WHO at the center of our global health architecture.”
The WHO’s initiative comes a time when controversial mRNA passports has declined after global public health organisations have said that Covid was no longer a public health emergency.
WHO Checkpoint society
Health specialist Dr. John Campbell, who has gained a reputation for unbiased reporting on mRNA vaccines over the last three years, has spoken out against censorship of data which strongly indicates mRNA vaccines carry serious risks for young adults especially.
Dr. Campbell has described the WHO’s recently proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations as a ‘power grab’ that’s well outside the organisation’s remit.
Health passport critics argue that they would be used to discriminate and deny people public services, as was the case in 2020-2022. Others view them as a breach of privacy by equipping governments with the power to spy on people’s health, as well as create a checkpoint society not dissimilar to China’s 15-minute cities.
Health passports have also been linked to the incoming rollout of Central Bank Digital Currencies, the design of which will allow central bankers to dictate when and where citizens can spend their money, if at all.
Australian senator Alex Antic, criticised the entire global scheme, arguing that it’s “just another conspiracy theory coming true.”