accine passports are dead on arrival, legally and scientifically. There is no scientific or legal basis to support such a discriminatory, coercive act of medical tyranny that segregates people who already have naturally acquired immunity or who are at no risk from a hypothetical infection.
A large group of doctors from thirty different countries all concur that there is no scientific basis to support so-called vaccine passports. These health care professionals are part of an upstanding group called Doctors for Covid Ethics. They are focused on the simple fact that vaccine passports discriminate against millions of people who already have naturally acquired immunity to SARS-CoV-2. The doctors report that people who acquired natural immunity to SARS in 2003 still have immunity to the virus, seventeen years later. SARS is the most closely related pathogen to the current virus of concern. It’s common knowledge that millions of people now have naturally acquired immunity to SARS-CoV-2 — immunity that lasts a lifetime and plays an important role in the theory of herd immunity.
Vaccine requirements also threaten the medical privacy and civil liberties of healthy, low-risk individuals who can prevent the infection altogether or easily acquire natural immunity in the future. Because of rapid mutations and host adaptation, SARS-CoV-2 presents only mild symptoms for the general population.
The idea behind vaccine passports is to punish, segregate and discriminate against people until they comply with public health orders and inoculation protocols. Under the vaccine passport tyranny, governments, corporations, and event planners are given indefinite power to put restrictions on people’s lives – how they can gather, where they can go, who they can see, etc. This system of tyranny forces people to comply with vaccinations to get their freedom back. Under this show me your papers system, individuals are required to carry proof of vaccination, whether in physical or digital form.There is no scientific basis to support the concept of vaccine passports, let alone any legal basis – Dr. Eddy Bettermann MD