According to Apple, it is totally racist for residents of Georgia to have to show proper identification before being allowed to vote. However, when it comes to allowing people to travel internationally without a Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine passport,” Apple says not a chance.
To help facilitate the global enslavement of all people under Chinese virus tyranny, in fact, Apple will soon launch a digital travel pass app in partnership with the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Similar to how travelers already have to wear a face mask in order to board an airplane, digital travel pass holders will have to either test “negative” or show that they have been injected with Chinese chemicals in order to fly.
Apple’s Wuhan flu vaccine passport will launch around mid-April, while Google’s Android version is expected to launch sometime in mid-May. The app will be called the “IATA Travel Pass,” according to a spokesperson from the association.
“With this app, IATA also aims to provide governments with the confidence to reopen borders without imposing quarantines on incoming travelers,” the association further reveals on its website.
The “free” app will reportedly include up-to-date travel, testing and vaccine requirements for the various legs of a traveler’s trip. It also contains a global registry of testing and injection centers, along with an option to create a “digital passport” that allows for travelers to share their testing or injection certificates with airlines and health authorities.
IATA Regional Vice President for Africa and the Middle East Kamil Alawadhi stated last month the pass “will only achieve its success once airlines, different countries, (and) airports adopt it.”
“A huge amount of airlines have requested to be on board,” he explained.
One of the first airlines to test out the new app is U.K.-based Virgin Atlantic. Virgin will trial the app on all U.K.-Barbados flights starting on April 16, with collaboration from the government of Barbados which will accept the pass at its border.
To participate, fliers will need to download the pass to their iPhones and create a digital ID that contains a profile photograph and passport information before the relevant Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) information is uploaded and tied to a person’s identity.
In other words, in order to qualify for international travel from Great Britain to Barbados, a traveler will have to prove his or her identity first – you know, much like how Georgia is requiring voters to prove their identities before being allowed to cast a ballot.
“Our Barbados trial with IATA Travel Pass is an exciting step towards a ‘digital health pass’ as we actively explore secure solutions to integrate testing, vaccination, health documents, and locator forms into our customer journeys,” says Corneel Koster, chief customer and operating officer for Virgin Atlantic.
Barbados Sen. Lisa Cummins, the country’s tourism minister, added that her nation is excited to “welcome this progressive step which complements our already implemented public health protocols and programs.”
“The IATA Travel Pass lends an extra element of safety to both our visitors and Barbadians, giving them the confidence that we are engaging in and promoting travel that protects us all,” she added.
Other airlines that have agreed to test out the IATA Travel Pass include Emirates and Air New Zealand.
Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal Democrats party in the U.K., is not as thrilled. He told the media that things are already getting under control without vaccine passports, which he contends are “tak[ing] us in the other direction.”
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