‘Daily Pass’ Will Integrate COVID Testing and Vaccination For All Minor Children
GSI Exchange/Los Angeles Unified School District March 3, 2021
Microsoft Corporation and the Los Angeles Unified School District are rolling out a new electronic identification system called “Daily Pass” to track and routinize COVID19 testing and vaccination for all minor children enrolled in LAUSD schools.
A video providing a vivid overview of how the system works may be viewed here.
The video below describes how LAUSD parents can navigate “Daily Pass.”
Coercion is at the center of the global effort to manufacture consent for an all-encompassing digital identification system, in the form of SMART Health Cards and Digital Wallets.
Whitney Webb Children’s Health Defense January 27, 2021
Tech giants with deep ties to the U.S. national security state — Microsoft, Oracle and the MITRE Corporation — have partnered with healthcare companies to create the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI) to advance the implementation of digital COVID-19 vaccination records.
The initiative is essentially built on a common framework of digital vaccination “wallets” called SMART Health Cards that are meant to “work across organizational and jurisdictional boundaries” as part of a new global vaccination-record infrastructure.
SMART Health Cards are expected to include a person’s complete name, gender, birth date, mobile phone number and email address in addition to vaccination information, though it is possible and likely that more personal information will be required as the initiative advances.
While the push for combining digital identity with vaccination records and economic activity appears, superficially, to be the effort of various organizations and groups, the same individuals and entities appear time and again, pointing to a coordinated push to not only implement such a system but manufacture consent for such a system among the global population.
Coercion is a built-in part of this infrastructure and, if implemented, will be used to modify human behavior to great effect, reaching far beyond just the issue of COVID-19 vaccines.
The Microsoft Corporation has revised its Services Agreement with users effective October 1, 2020. The tech giant states it will now target users for alleged copyright infringement, “terrorist or violent extremist content” and “communicating hate speech.” In order to enforce the new policy Microsoft states it will shutdown violators a la Facebook, Twitter, and Google, and even circumvent users’ email and related communications on its platform.