The NHS Covid App, and why you shouldn't get it

The NHS COVID Pass lets individuals share their coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination and test results in a secure way.

The government has made the NHS COVID Pass available as a means for individuals to demonstrate COVID status and for organisations to check it, if organisations choose to use it.

The government will work with organisations that operate large, crowded settings where people are likely to be in close proximity to others outside their household to encourage the use of the NHS COVID Pass.

The NHS COVID Pass can be checked visually or scanned using the NHS Verifier app.

Other proofs of COVID status, including text message and email confirmation of test results and letters proving vaccine status should also be accepted.

There are some settings where the NHS COVID Pass should not be used as a condition of entry, in order to ensure access for all. This includes essential services and essential retailers which have been able to stay open throughout the pandemic.

If you are happy to have every detail about your personal, financial and social life harvested by the state and used against you, then go ahead and get this by all means.

But if you care about civil liberty, freedom, self determination and common law, tell them to stuff it where the sun don't shine!

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