Would you support a vaccine passport requirement to buy booze?

Would you support a vaccine passport requirement to buy booze?

  • Yes

    Votes: 204 43.4%
  • No

    Votes: 245 52.1%
  • Other

    Votes: 21 4.5%

  • Total voters
    470

rambo919

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More than a year ago, some of us here bemoaned the fact that our rights were being taken away. The majority consensus was to tell us to **** off, cause even if they are it doesn't affect us.
Now it's a clear and practical possibility.
In a socialist state, your rights are whatever the party decides they are.
 

Johand

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Well - maybe booze. Definitely unvaccinated people should be put in their own risk pools for medical aid and life insurance -- it is one thing to be a selfish covidiot, but I don't want to subside their idiocy.
 
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Great idea, lets also demand vaccination certificate to buy food, or get fuel, or use our roads and so on and on.....
What *****hole thought up such a stupid idea
This is so crazy, that they will probably enforce it, and try to rake in the bucks of printing, issueing, etc
What democratic freedom? Lets go back to the times when certain people always had to carry a dompass
 

alloytoo

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I fail to see the point.

Vacinnated people can still catch Covid and are still contagious.

Vaccination reduces the severity of the infection and in that way also reduces strain on a country's health system.

(and before anyone accuses me on being an anti-vaxer, I've had my first jab and booked for my second (Phizer)
 

LadyB33

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It is the vaccinated that should be concerned about to drink alcohol or not after vaccination, not the unvaccinated.
"There are no formal recommendations on alcohol and the COVID vaccine. Opinions vary among those who advise drinking or abstaining after vaccinations. But the medical experts agree one point. If you drink around the time of getting the shot(s), go light. The News & Observer addresses the volume of alcohol. A post entitled “Is it OK to drink alcohol before or after COVID vaccination? What to know” includes excessive alcohol use, or binge drinking. The CDC defines this term both scientifically and practically. The latter translates to “5 or more drinks” for men or “4 or more drinks” for women “in about 2 hours.”"
 

shearder

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still some sheep and baboons that vote yes LMFAO
Look at the BIG PICTURE pawpaws!! it's NOT ABOUT THE FLU (c0v1d)!!
 

comanche

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Only read comments on page 1, so sure someone has said this: Vaccine required if heavy lockdown is initiated?
Lovely idea, but with problems. Easy to forge. Many bottle-stores won't abide (a sale is a sale). I can still buy on my vaccinated credentials, and sell to a anti-vac acquaintance.
 

PsyWulf

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Vacinnated people can still catch Covid and are still contagious.
So it's either 100% prevention or as good as 0% in your opinion? (even though you are jabbed ofc)

20% better?
50% better?
80% better?
 

BBSA

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Well - maybe booze. Definitely unvaccinated people should be put in their own risk pools for medical aid and life insurance -- it is one thing to be a selfish covidiot, but I don't want to subside their idiocy.
I have no problem with that if they do a proper risk assessment for everyone they insure.
 

NarrowBandFtw

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So it's either 100% prevention or as good as 0% in your opinion? (even though you are jabbed ofc)

20% better?
50% better?
80% better?
looking at the numbers in Israel, UK and USA it looks like in a delta variant world (with assumptions to fill in the gaps, as there are gaps in the various bits of data):
- ±10% or not at all effective at preventing infection or the spread thereof
- ±50% or somewhat effective at preventing hospitalisation
- ±70% or most effective at preventing death
 

Spike.Hodge

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Maybe I'm missing something but I don't see the connection between buying booze and being vaccinated.
I understand that drunks use up valuable hospital beds but that's got nothing to do with being vaccinated.
This is as arb as saying you can't get a TV license unless you are vaccinated.
You can't use public transport or night clubs unless you are vaccinated would make some sense.
That said if you don't vaccinate, you are a selfish prick, and I don't care about your civil rights anyway.
 
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