While the world focuses on the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the WHO has quietly partnered with Deutsche Telekom to develop a global digital COVID-19 jab certificate.
The contract between the global health agency and telecommunications company aims to use QR code-based software to display proofs of vaccination anywhere in the world.
In addition to the experimental COVID-19 injections, the app will include other vaccinations the WHO deems necessary for the global population.
The public-private partnership intends to build the digital infrastructure to force citizens to “show their papers” anywhere on the planet.
Another “conspiracy theory” confirmed for those that warned about digital vaccine cards for the past two years.
The World Health Organization has signed a contract with Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) subsidiary T-Systems to build a software solution for global electronic verification of coronavirus certificates, the telecoms company said.
The QR code-based software solution will be used for other vaccinations as well, such as polio or yellow fever, T-Systems said in a statement on Wednesday, adding that the WHO would support its 194 member states in building national and regional verification technology.
The financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.
“Health is a strategic growth area for T-Systems,” said T-Systems Chief Executive Officer Adel Al-Saleh.
T-Systems previously worked with SAP (SAPG.DE) to develop Germany’s Corona-Warn-App tracing and verification app and a Europe-wide digital COVID-19 vaccine verification system.