Freedom in New York will take another blow on April 2 when New Yorkers will be required to show proof they have received the COVID “vaccine” in order to do certain things.
A press release about the Excelsior Pass compared the program to a mobile airline boarding pass.
“Each pass will have a secure QR code, which participating businesses and venues can scan using a companion app to verify proof of COVID-19 negative test results or proof of vaccination.”
Don’t worry — an individual’s data is kept secret and confidential at all times, it adds.
Madison Square Garden and the Times Union Center use the app and, on April 2, it will expand to “smaller arts, entertainment and event venues,” according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office.
The New York Post reports that wedding receptions now require either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to attend, as well as other events above the social gathering limit.
Cuomo tweeted about the program on March 26, calling it a “first-of-its-kind” tool to help New York fight COVID while reopening the economy safely.
“Today we launched Excelsior Pass, a free platform for businesses and individuals that can be used to easily access secure proof of a recent negative COVID test or vaccination,” Cuomo said.