The same technology pushed by the panel members has been researched by the WHO.
- Indonesian Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin is pushing for the use of a global digital health certificate to track vaccination status worldwide.
- The health minister’s comments were made at the Business 20 (B20) portion of the G20 Summit which is taking place in Bali, Indonesia.
- According to Sadikin, the global system will allow for more movements during the “next pandemic.”
- The Indonesian minister also went on to say that an agreement to have the digital certificate using WHO standards had already been reached between the G20 countries and Indonesia.
- Speaking to the crowd, Sadikin said, “Let’s have a digital health certificate acknowledged by WHO. If you have been vaccinated or tested properly, then you can move around. So for the next pandemic, instead of stopping the movement of the people one hundred percent, which [collapse] the economy globally, you can still provide some movement of the people.”
- “Indonesia has achieved… G20 countries have agreed to have this digital certificate using WHO standards, and we will suck it into the next World Assembly in Geneva as the revision to international health regulations,” the Health Minister said. “So hopefully, for the next pandemic, we can still see some movement of the people, some movement of the goods, and some movement of the economy.”
- The Gates Foundation donated $200 million to help promote an invasive United Nations’ global digital ID system, as American Faith previously reported.
- The money will be used to create an infrastructure that “encompasses tools” including digital ID, according to a press release published on the foundation’s website.
- The website claims that the system aims to make countries “more resilient to crises such as food shortages, public health threats, and climate change, as well as to aid in pandemic and economic recovery.”