3 DAYS LEFT:
To date, 311,417 people signed the Government petition “Do not rollout Covid-19 vaccine passports”, stating “We want the Government to commit to not rolling out any e-vaccination status/immunity passport to the British public. Such passports could be used to restrict the rights of people who have refused a Covid-19 vaccine, which would be unacceptable.” You can sign it here if you haven’t https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/569957.
Parliament debated the issue of vaccine passports in response to the petition, deciding that the next step is to issue a Call For Evidence. It is a sort of public consultation which anyone can participate in.
The full title is: Open Consultation. COVID Status Certification Review Call For Evidence It is vital that as many people as possible tell the Government why vaccine certificates are a bad idea.
The closing date is 11.45pm on 29/3/21 so you have 3 days left to do this.
To do this you need to go to the link below and submit your comments.
You don’t need to write at lengths. Just a few points will suffice. It does not matter that you are an ordinary person, you don’t need any specialist knowledge. This will impact you and your family.
As a reminder: Britons have not died noticeably more in 2020.
Based on Government figures, like every year over the past decade, population in Great Britain increased during the year 2020. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the mortality rate in England & Wales in 2020 has not skyrocketed. It simply went back to its slightly higher level of ten years ago.
- From 2004 to 2006, 11 people would die for every thousand of the population.
- From 2007 to 2010, 10 people would die for every thousand.
- From 2011 to 2019, an average 9.5 people would die for every thousand.
- In 2020, again 10 people died for every thousand.
Thus the number of deaths per thousand over the past sixteen years has varied from 11 to 10, to 9.5 to 10 again (precisely from 9.25 to 10.43 per thousand between 2019 and 2020 according to ons.gov.uk). It is not considerable. In fact, statistically, it is fairly stable. Thus, Britons have not died noticeably more in 2020. By comparison with a neighbouring country with the same number of inhabitants as the UK (67 million in either country), the rise was even smaller across the Channel, with France registering 9.8 deaths per thousand in 2020 against 9.1 in 2019 according to government figures (www.insee.fr).