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memphisplaya
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Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
It might happen right before our eyes.
World Economic Forum

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CovidPass is the brainchild of one of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders, Mustapha Mokass.


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Germany, regarded as one of the most successful nations in rolling out a voluntary app, currently has only 16 million users out of 83 million citizens. Experts say at least half the population needs to use a contact tracing app to make it effective in fighting the virus.


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A new app acts as a health passport for travelers who are virus-free.


No way that won't be abused by governments.

What is to stop them from voiding a person's passport because they refused to give the gov their blood?
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biohzrd
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
Nope. Come and take it...


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DLauw
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
I have no desire to see other countries. I prefer to drive and sight see here in the USofA.


Big4SALTbro
Member since Jun 2019
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
No.

1. Countries are going to be hurting big time if they tried this.

2. The US has plenty of great places to visit


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PrivatePublic
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
Sweet. We should call those virus free pure bloods and those infected mud bloods.


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OKBaizuo
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
I'd find a way to do it illegally like everyone else that emigrates these days. After all, there is no such thing as an illegal person, right?


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EKG
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
Can a person not be virus-free today, yet positive tomorrow?


lsufball19
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
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I have no desire to see other countries.

Meh, I very much enjoy traveling abroad. Wouldn’t give my blood to do it, however.


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memphisplaya
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
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Can a person not be virus-free today, yet positive tomorrow?



Sure. just wait in line and leave before getting tested. The process works so well.


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Mahootney
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
Can we just do mail in testing?
Works for votes right?


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ImaObserver
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
Thy have to expand the testing to everyone in order to fill in the blanks in the DNA databases held by 23 & Me, Ancestry.com and others that are being shared with the government in order to enable them to track the source of itinerant farts.


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DeafVallyBatnR
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
Its a virus. The next virus do we have to do the same? This is all very intrusive. DNA companies can look up your chances of getting certain diseases. I think these people have other ideas very Nazi Germany time ideas.


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LSUJML
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
My 1st thought



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jimmy the leg
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
No.


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NoHoTiger
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
nope...i will not give my blood to travel abroad or anywhere else.


teke184
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
I seem to recall a joke like this regarding a piss sample.


Joke is that a guy’s arm hurts so he is told to piss into a bottle then pour it into a machine to get results.

He does so and it comes back with “tennis elbow”.

He decides to frick with it by taking urine samples from his wife, daughter, and dog, then jerks off into it.

He pours it into the machine. It churns for a minute then spits out the following results-

“Your wife is pregnant and it isn’t yours, get a lawyer. Your daughter is on drugs, get her help. Your dog has heart worm, put him on medication. And your tennis elbow won’t get any better if you keep jerking off.”


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teke184
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
Like Americans need more reason to stay at home.

We live in something like the fourth or fifth largest country by land space and, unlike Canada and Russia, nearly all of ours is livable.


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NineLineBind
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re: Would you give your blood to the gov to be allowed to travel abroad?
No, I will not give blood so that I can travel to Portland.


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