We have already seen New York City impose vaccine segregation…
Citizens will be restricted from eating at sit down restaurants, bars, and more if they have not taken a Covid-19 shot from one of the major brands who manufacture the experimental drug.
It has long since been established that these shots do not stop transmission of the virus.
Given that these shots do not stop the spread, this move by the government in Philadelphia is completely unnecessary, and it begs the question, what could be behind their motivations?
Here is the current situation in Philadelphia:
Philadelphia to require Vaccine Passport to go out to eat as the lack of serious illness or death with Omicron has terrified city leaders
They're worried about citizens regaining Freedoms and Liberty
— Ragnar Forseti (@RagnarForseti) December 13, 2021
The Epoch Times reports:
“Any place that sells food or drink to be consumed on-site will have to require that everyone who enters be fully vaccinated against COVID-19,” Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Cheryl Bettigole said Monday.
From Jan. 3 to Jan. 17, establishments may accept proof of a negative COVID-19 test instead of proof of vaccination, she said.
“That negative COVID test must have been for the last 24 hours,” Bettigole said. “Then, after January 17, negative COVID-19 tests will no longer be accepted and everyone must have completed their primary COVID vaccination series.”
Philadelphia has now implemented a vaccine passport for indoor dining. It's just the first step before it's required for many others things. Push back on this before you're a second class citizen in your own state. pic.twitter.com/uUSUhJqS6F
— Jeff (@jeffnewberry) December 13, 2021
"Philadelphia will require proof of vaccination to eat indoors in restaurants or drink inside bars – or to enter any indoor space that sells food and drink – starting Jan. 3, city officials announced Monday." ( https://t.co/74BMz8J4ep ) #vaccine #VaccineMandate #VaccinePassport
— A_POP (@APOP41955941) December 13, 2021
NBC Philadelphia states:
Children younger than 5 or those with valid medical or religious exemptions will be able to show a recent COVID-19 test to go inside.
The mandate applies to any establishment that sells food or drink to consume on-site. Locations that do take out only are not included, but the mandate does apply to movie theaters, restaurants inside hotels and catering halls.