Covid-19 Passports Were not Planned 7 Months Before the Wuhan Pandemic Broke Out

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Covid-19 is neither mentioned nor can be mentioned in this document, because the virus and the pandemic did not exist in 2018. There is no evidence that the development of a European Vaccine Information Sharing System at the EU level is a “pandemic plan or depopulation plan”. How could that be the case? It is simply impossible

Covid-19 is neither mentioned nor can be mentioned in this document, because the virus and the pandemic did not exist in 2018. There is no evidence that the development of a European Vaccine Information Sharing System at the EU level is a “pandemic plan or depopulation plan”. How could that be the case? It is simply impossible

 

A Facebook post claims that Covid-19 passports were planned 7 months before the Wuhan pandemic broke out. To make this misinformation more convincing to the reader, it is insinuated that this claim is supported by “documents”.

SHOCKING DOCUMENTS. (COVID-19 PASSPORTS PLANNED 7 MONTHS BEFORE THE WUHAN PANDEMIC BROKE OUT). Covid-19 passports that are served to us today, as the only way to open the borders, were actually planned in advance with aim to control the human population – A NECESSARY PANDEMIC! They did not even bother to remove the documents, because they know that the majority of people are in front of the TVs and few are investigating. They know that there are idiots, who blindly believe them, and this text with documents and evidence will be declared FAKE NEWS and they will say: No, the EC DOCUMENT is not proof that the pandemic is planned,reads the post and a link from an article published on a portal is provided.

However, the truth is quite different. What was planned in 2018 by the European Commission is, in fact, a vaccine passport that is not related to Covid-19 at all, but to any vaccine, in order to electronically connect the systems with health data for the citizens more easily, in order to integrate and facilitate the flow of passengers at EU level. The document that is linked and quoted in the text does not mention vaccination with a passport, which is a Covid-19 passport. And this is the main problem.

So, in the passport that was planned in 2018, a Covid-19 vaccine was not planned to be administered, because then there was no coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic worldwide. The fact that the EC planned to introduce such an integrated digital system at the European level does not mean that these vaccine passports were “Covid-19 passports”. The claim made in the post we are reviewing that the Covid-19 passports were planned in advance with the aim to control the human population and that a “necessary pandemic” was created is false and manipulative. A vaccine passport in 2018, in the context of documents published by the European Commission, is not the same as a Covid-19 passport in 2021. Another disinformation is the fact that the vaccine passports that were the idea in 2018, mean that the pandemic is planned. Simply put, if Covid-19 did not appear, then these vaccine passports would contain information about other vaccines of EU citizens in electronic form.

What kind of “shocking document” is this? This is summary information from a meeting of the eHealth Network, held on 13 November 2018. The document is published on the website of the European Commission and it says that the recommendation envisages the development of a European Vaccine Information Sharing System (EVIS). It does not say that these are Covid-19 vaccines, but all vaccines in general.

The document reads:

The Recommendation also welcomes the Commission’s intention to examine the feasibility of developing a common vaccination card/passport that would be compatible with electronic immunisation information systems and recognised for use across borders. The European Commission is currently preparing a project to examine the feasibility of and options for a common EU citizens´ vaccination card/passport.

Covid-19 is neither mentioned nor can be mentioned in this document, because the virus and the pandemic did not exist in 2018. There is no evidence that the development of a European Vaccine Information Sharing System at the EU level is a “pandemic plan or depopulation plan”. How could that be the case? It is simply impossible.

Even if there were a European integrated vaccination passport system, it does not mean that it depopulates the Earth or that a pandemic is planned. Simply put, two years before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the European Commission planned to integrate vaccination information for EU citizens into an electronic system that could be used for travelling.

As can be seen at the following link, the 2018 plan states that the vaccination passport will take into account and integrate potentially different vaccination schedules from several different EU countries, should be compatible with electronic data from immunization information systems, and it should be recognized across borders, i.e. it should not duplicate work at the national level.

The Covid-19 passport was proposed on 17 March 2021, long after the Covid-19 vaccine began to be administered to citizens of different countries around the world. It was not proposed seven months before the pandemic, as the post falsely claims.

Given all of the above, we evaluate the claim that the Covid-19 vaccine passports were planned 2 years before the pandemic and that the Covid-19 pandemic was “invented” as disinformation and manipulation. The two things are separate and unrelated. The vaccine passport planned in 2018 refers to different vaccination schedules of EU member states, i.e. vaccines that existed at that time.

 

 

 

 

 

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