I will never show a vaccine pass to go in pub , football stadium or any other business that asks for one

the_holgate_roof

Well-known member
Not really - i don’t think a draconian law makes it possible to have a “choice” . Your choice is either comply or be excluded it would seem




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Yes but that is still a choice, if there wasn’t a COVID passport then many vulnerable people may be left in the reverse position, a choice leaving them not comfortable to go to certain establishments.
 

Rishworthian

Active member
Hmm. The last time I went to Hillsborough as an away fan they wanted to "pat me down" as they put it. I said I'm happy to open my hand bag or display the contents of my pockets but that was not acceptable. The home fans were pouring in to a close by gate on Leppings Lane without checks.

I refused and gave my ticket away

I'll not be going again as an away fan

The police were sympathetic and offered to put it to the chief Steward. I said don't bother I just won't come again.

As far as I am concerned you "pat down" all fans or no fans

Hence I get chicken's thinking what I don't get is why. Covid is a killer 125,000+ people prove it Saving lives has to be important
 

Heam44

Well-known member
Hmm. The last time I went to Hillsborough as an away fan they wanted to "pat me down" as they put it. I said I'm happy to open my hand bag or display the contents of my pockets but that was not acceptable. The home fans were pouring in to a close by gate on Leppings Lane without checks.

I refused and gave my ticket away

I'll not be going again as an away fan

The police were sympathetic and offered to put it to the chief Steward. I said don't bother I just won't come again.

As far as I am concerned you "pat down" all fans or no fans

Hence I get chicken's thinking what I don't get is why. Covid is a killer 125,000+ people prove it Saving lives has to be important
But what if they had intelligence that suggested that an away fan(s) was bringing alcohol / drugs / weapons / a bomb (far fetched obviously)?
 

Funky_Chicken

Well-known member
Yes but that is still a choice, if there wasn’t a COVID passport then many vulnerable people may be left in the reverse position, a choice leaving them not comfortable to go to certain establishments.
Not comfortable in what way - how does a passport protect you, baring in mind they don’t seem to know if a vaccine stops you getting or passing Covid again. Also you’re still free to enter supermarkets, hospitals, doctors surgeries or public transport without one so will they not be uncomfortable in there also



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Heam44

Well-known member
Why wouldn’t you be willing to show a pass funky?

Are you going to have the vaccine?
 

Randy

Well-known member
Not comfortable in what way - how does a passport protect you, baring in mind they don’t seem to know if a vaccine stops you getting or passing Covid again. Also you’re still free to enter supermarkets, hospitals, doctors surgeries or public transport without one so will they not be uncomfortable in there also



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Under 18's won't need one either apparently.
 

the_holgate_roof

Well-known member
Not comfortable in what way - how does a passport protect you, baring in mind they don’t seem to know if a vaccine stops you getting or passing Covid again. Also you’re still free to enter supermarkets, hospitals, doctors surgeries or public transport without one so will they not be uncomfortable in there also



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So why are you not comfortable with the idea of a temporary COVID passport, whilst we are still in a pandemic, how does it infringe your liberties?
 
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