It’ a miracle COVID-19 is over, says the former Dr. “Doom” Fauci, who is now Dr. “you better get your vaccine” Fauci.
During an appearance on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Anthony Fauci noted that the vaccine will “start being implemented and deployed in December.”
Host Robin Roberts asked Fauci what his message is to Americans that are suffering “COVID fatigue.”
“I just want to repeat the message that I keep saying over and over again that help is really on the way,” Fauci replied. “You know, if you think of it metaphorically, you know, the cavalry is coming here. Vaccines are going to have a major positive impact. They’re going to start being implemented and deployed in December and as we get into the early part of the year. It’s going to be January, February, March, more and more and more people are going to be able to be vaccinated. So, if we could just hang in there, do the public health measures that we’re talking about, we’re going to get this under control. I promise you.”
Funny nobody has asked the question of why Americans are dealing with COVID fatigue. Could it be because the pandemic isn’t as bad as the media is portraying it?
What’s scary is that with the introduction of the vaccine, everything the left said not to worry about may happen.
The United States’ largest box-office, Ticketmaster is working on a framework that China would be proud of.
In an exclusive to Billoard.com Ticketmaster said that they are planning to use a digital ticket app in cooperation with a third party health company like CLEAR Health Pass or IBM’s Digital Health Pass to check and see if you received the vaccine.
This is masquerading as a digital health vaccine certificate we hear Bill Gates screaming for.
Want to go to a baseball game, concert, large state fair? Your papers, please.
Here’s how it would work, if approved: After purchasing a ticket for a concert, fans would need to verify that they have already been vaccinated (which would provide approximately one year of COVID-19 protection) or test negative for coronavirus approximately 24 to 72 hours prior to the concert. The length of coverage a test would provide would be governed by regional health authorities — if attendees of a Friday night concert had to be tested 48 hours in advance, most could start the testing process the day before the event. If it was a 24-hour window, most people would likely be tested the same day of the event at a lab or a health clinic.
Once the test was complete, the fan would instruct the lab to deliver the results to their health pass company, like CLEAR or IBM. If the tests were negative, or the fan was vaccinated, the health pass company would verify the attendee’s COVID-19 status to Ticketmaster, which would then issue the fan the credentials needed to access the event. If a fan tested positive or didn’t take a test to verify their status, they would not be granted access to the event.
There’s a whole new world coming and it doesn’t look pretty.