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LEAKED DOCUMENTS (OPERATION MOONSHOT) REVEAL VACCINE DIGITAL PASSPORTS REQUIRED TO ANYWHERE YOU WANT TO GO
BMJ Operation Moonshot is the name of the UK government’s newly proposed covid-19 mass testing scheme. The plan, revealed by The BMJ, involves an expansion of testing from the current hundreds of thousands of tests each day to 10 million a day by early 2021. But how does the government propose to do this?
How will testing increase between now and early 2021?
The documents show a proposed three stage rollout. They state that the UK will carry out between 200, 000 to 800 000 tests a day between September and December 2020. This might break down to:
- 200, 000 tests a day on people with symptoms,
- 100, 000 a day on people without symptoms in local areas to suppress outbreaks,
- 250, 000 a day on people without symptoms in the NHS and care homes, and
- 100, 000 a day through national prevalence studies.
From December the plans propose increasing daily capacity to between two and four million. This would involve mass testing of all homes in local areas or whole cities when prevalence rises (430, 000 tests a day), testing high contact professions such as teachers every week (100, 000 a day), and testing people to allow them to enter high risk settings, such as visitors to hospital and care homes.
The plan then states that there would be “full rollout” in early 2021 to 10 million tests a day, to “enable people to return to and maintain normal life.” At this stage, weekly testing would be made available progressively to the whole population to allow people to go to high risk events by using a “digital passport” to show they have tested negative for the virus. (Continue)
BORIS WITH GUN TO HIS HEAD - ANNOUNCES OPERATION MOONSHOT