Joe Biden went along with over a dozen other world leaders in signing a joint declaration to “build on the success” of global vaccine passports.
The meeting convened yesterday at the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia where world leaders proposed solutions aimed at combating problems like inflation, climate change, and global pandemics.
The “Bali Leaders’ Declaration,” which was signed at the end of the two-day conference, supports international vaccine technology sharing and the institution of “trusted global digital health networks” to improve future vaccine responses.
'If you have been vaccinated or tested properly, you can move around..
'We will sub [this digital certificate using WHO standard] into the next World Health Assembly.. as the revision to intl health regulation': Indonesia MoH Budi Sadikin, ex-banker #B20Summit #B20 #DigitalID pic.twitter.com/mt2XugRhiC
— Tim Hinchliffe (@TimHinchliffe) November 14, 2022
Are these the same “trusted health networks” that allegedly tracked the movement of over one million unknowing Massachusetts citizens?
Leaders at the G20 summit just signed a declaration that would require you to have WHO vaccine passports to travel 😑 https://t.co/ivPmlApfZc
— Not the Bee (@Not_the_Bee) November 17, 2022
“We acknowledge the importance of shared technical standards and verification methods, under the framework of the [International Health Regulations] (2005), to facilitate seamless international travel, interoperability, and recognizing digital solutions and non-digital solutions, including proof of vaccinations,” reads the declaration.
The world was first introduced to the concept of vaccine passports when the World Economic Forum’s International Health Regulations mandate was implemented in 2007. The global policy required countries to increase health documentation at border crossings and paved the way for absurdities like the “Bali Leaders Declaration.”
The U.S. government’s response to the pandemic, along with the many other nations that turned authoritarian seemingly overnight, injected fear into many of potential vaccine requirements at state and international borders.
Jen Psaki, President Joe Biden’s former press secretary, put those fears to rest in 2021.
“The government is not now nor will we be supporting a system that requires Americans to carry a credential,” she said. “There will be no federal vaccinations database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination credential.”
“As these tools are being considered by the private and non-profit sectors, our interest is very simple from the federal government, which is Americans’ privacy and rights should be protected so these systems are not used against people unfairly,”
Earlier this week Dr. Anthony Fauci made clear that the federal government won’t impose vaccine passport mandates.
“You could foresee how an independent entity might say ‘Well, we can’t be dealing with you unless we know you’re vaccinated.’ But it’s not gonna be mandated from the federal government,” Fauci said.
The Biden administration is sticking to its story that the government won’t impose the mandate, but this G20 declaration indicates the desire of world leaders to install the measure.