Talk Radio’s Julia Hartley-Brewer asked Tory MP Stephen Hammond this morning, if in the near future, people could expect to be asked to show proof of vaccination to enter a business. Hammond replied:
“I think it’s going to happen, not whether the government regulates it or not. I think simply getting back to normal life. If you’re a pub-owning group and you say actually to get more people in my pub I want you to prove you’ve had that vaccine, because other people won’t come unless we can prove that.
I think it’s just gonna happen, I don’t think it’s a matter of the government. I think market forces will be so strong that people will need to show that they’ve had that vaccine. And so you can say I don’t want the vaccine but it may restrict what you’re going to do..”
Hammond’s fellow Tory MP, Health Secretary Matt Hancock told SKY News this morning that there are currently “no plans” for domestic vaccine passports. Someone is lying. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said yesterday:
“Well it’s something that hasn’t been ruled out and it’s under consideration, but of course you’ve got to make it workable. You’ve got to know that the document you’ve been presented with is reliable….we’ll look at all the options.”
As I mentioned in another post today, the Israeli Health Ministry declared yesterday that the unvaccinated will effectively be banned from socialising from now on. You know, I’m still hoping that this is all a terrible dream. I mean, this isn’t really happening. Is it?