OpenTable—the table reservation restaurant app—has partnered with biometric company CLEAR, to help diners develop a universally accepted digital vaccination verification passport straight from the app.
In other words, these “enhanced features” will prevent the unvaccinated—and those who have yet to take the newest boosters—from enjoying their God-given American freedoms, while still being forced to pay taxes that directly support those preventing them from participating in society.
“Now more than ever, it is important that the people and experiences which make up the lifeblood of our communities safely stay open for business,” CLEAR chief executive officer Caryn Seidman-Becker said in a press release. “We are proud to work with OpenTable to make it easy and safe for diners and restaurants to come back together during this time.”
This is yet another instance of society adapting to the economic evolution surrounding the pandemic, and the mainstream media’s continuous perpetuation of viral hysteria. Are companies like CLEAR trying to help humanity? Or are companies like this simply trying to monetize on the inevitable and increasing new world order of modern medicine?
For a complete list of which restaurants near you have adopted vaccination passport requirements, you can view OpenTable’s website here.