Ever since the first case of COVID-19 was announced, the Democrats threw rational thinking and science to the side as they pushed for outlandish mandates and even tried to force the COVID-19 drug on the American people. Claiming that their efforts are all in the name of public safety, the Democrats ramped up their COVID-19 efforts when President Joe Biden entered the White House. But even with all the mandates, government overreach, and protocols, America is still fighting the COVID-19 virus. And while the Democrats believe programs like a vaccine passport would help stop the spread, a new investigation shows any passport system has no impact on reducing the spread of COVID-19. 

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The study, which was performed by Spain’s inter-regional Covid committee, found that forcing citizens to show any type of proof that they had been injected by the mysterious COVID-19 drug was “not reducing levels of transmission.” That includes vaccine passports for entering restaurants, airports, cinemas, and sporting venues. 

Expanding on their results, the report added, “In European countries where [the system] is being used, cases are rising significantly, although it is true that their level of vaccination is much lower than in Spain.”

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It should be noted that while Spain doesn’t have a vaccine passport instituted on a national scale, eight of the 17 regions have implemented some sort of vaccine system. With that in mind, the researchers concluded the scheme did nothing more than “contribute to a false impression that vaccinated people do not get infected,” when in fact “around 40 percent of those vaccinated are susceptible to infection and transmitting the infection.” 

The only positive that the researchers found is that the system “warns people that there is still danger from the pandemic and encourages vaccination uptake among the reticent.”

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But even with data and facts to show that any vaccine passport system will not stop the spread of COVID-19, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was sure to say recently that the Biden administration is weighing all its options when it comes to the new Omicron variant and Domestic traveling only planes, trains, and buses.

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