British Government Contracts Firms To Make COVID 'Freedom Passports'


Yes, those things they said we wouldn't have to have.


The British Government has contracted two firms to develop COIVD ‘freedom passports’, that would be used to segregate society between those who have been tested or vaccinated against COVID and those who have not.


Whilst the government is blatantly saying that it will not introduce such a system, the two tech companies have been given instructions to develop a phone based app to integrate a QR code linking to a digital passport.


And, just as we predicted months ago, the QR code would be used to gain entry into pubs, clubs, restaurants, sporting venues and cinemas. “After scanning in the code, the venue could refuse entry to those without a recent negative result,” the Daily Mail notes.


The ‘negative Covid-19 test certification’ plans were discovered on the UK Government’s contracts finder. The site shows that in November a contract was awarded to a company called Netcompany UK to develop a ‘Covid-19 Certification/Passport MVP’ (minimum viable product’), whilst another contract was awarded to Hub Company to develop an app that would include a personal QR code for COVID tests.


“It is about looking at ways we could use this in future,’ a Department of Health source claimed, adding “It is looking at whether it would be possible.”


But we know that the technology is possible, that is not the issue, it's the ethicacy of imposing a Health Apartheid on the British people.


It is worth remembering that, only last week, the Minister for Vaccines (and that's not Orwellian at all) stood up in parliament and stated “There are no plans to introduce immunity passports,”

But as we previously reported, the Government will simply get the Hospitality and Travel industries to do their dirty work for them.


In a Radio 4 interview when asked if a 'health passport' was being considered Zahawi said:


“I think you’ll find that restaurants and bars and cinemas and other venues, football stadiums, will probably also use that system,” He went on to say that the NHS’ ‘track and trace’ app, the use of which was implemented as a requirement to enter bars and restaurants, was a pretext for the vaccine eventually being made mandatory to enter such venues.


The Telegraph reported sources close to the government had said: