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WHO reportedly to push for 'trust framework' to help nations confirm the legitimacy of people's vaccine credentials


The World Health Organization will assemble member states and figures from COVID-19 immunization credential technology entities in order to create a "trust framework" to enable nations to check the legitimacy of people's proof of vaccination credentials, MITRE chief digital health physician Brian Anderson said, according to Politico.

The undertaking would make it easier to share and verify an individual's proof of vaccination during international travel, Anderson said, according to the outlet.

Anderson is a co-founder of VCI — the group will be involved in the effort, according to Politico.

"VCI™ is a voluntary coalition of public and private organizations committed to empowering individuals with access to verifiable clinical information, including a trustworthy and verifiable copy of their vaccination records in digital or paper form using open, interoperable standards," according to the coalition's website.

This sort of push from the WHO is likely to disturb many Americans who are opposed to globalism, international organizations, and vaccine passports.

While some parts of the U.S. had instituted heavy-handed COVID-19 restrictions such as proof of vaccination requirements for people to dine at restaurants, many mask and vaccine mandates are being lifted around the country.

Although public health officials have pushed strongly for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19, some Americans have chosen to forego the shots. But others have tested positive for the illness even after being fully vaccinated and receiving a booster shot.

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