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Do not introduce ID requiring vaccination for travel or domestic use

Submitted on Monday 21st November 2022

Rejected on Thursday 24th November 2022

Current status: Rejected

Rejection code: no-action (see below for details)

Petition Action

Do not introduce ID requiring vaccination for travel or domestic use

Petition Details

Digital and non digital ID requiring vaccination must never be introduced in the UK. It would give the Government power to coerce people into having a medical treatment and discriminate against those who want to exercise their right to bodily autonomy. This medical information must remain private.

Additional Information

G20 leaders stated support for digital & non-digital solutions for future pandemics, including proof of vaccination, that should build on digital covid certificates.
Any ID that requires vaccination to allow movement, access to services or work is a breach of human rights including: right to liberty & security, right to equality & freedom from discrimination, right to privacy & family life, & freedom of assembly. People must have the right to make their own health choices without discrimination.

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This petition was rejected

The Government e-Petitions Team gave the following reason:

Petitions need to call on the Government or Parliament to take a specific action.

We're not sure exactly what you'd like the Government or Parliament to do. We're not aware of any proposals to introduce ID requiring vaccination for travel or domestic use. The G20 declaration recognises "the importance of
shared technical standards and verification methods" but does not call for these to be mandatory. You can read the declaration here:


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