To do business, Americans will soon need a vaccine passport.

Following months of rumors, The Washington Post today reported that the Biden administration is working on a vaccine passport that Americans will need to show to prove they have obtained their CCP Virus (COVID-19) vaccine before they can partake in trade in a “return to normalcy” that appears nothing like the past.

Following months of rumors, The Washington Post reported on March 28 that the Biden administration said “private companies are working to develop a standard way of handling credentials—often referred to as vaccine passports—that would allow Americans to prove they have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus [CCP Virus] as businesses try to reopen.”

They point out that a lot of companies “from cruise lines to sports teams,” would need people to get the vaccine before they can be recruited. The Biden administration seems to see this as a promising step.

“The passports are expected to be free and available through applications for smartphones,” the Post reported. “Which could display a scannable code similar to an airline boarding pass. Americans without smartphone access should be able to print out the passports, developers have said.”

The vaccine passports, according to those working on them, must be completely unique and unable to be hacked or tampered with, lest Americans partake in trade without having had either of the infamous vaccines.

Biden’s staff seems to be committed to the vaccine passports, despite their reluctance to talk to the media about them. They don’t like the word “passports” and would like to have them referred to as “credentials or certificates.”

According to the Washington Post, the project is taking place all over the world, with the CDC taking part in the divisive World Health Organization initiative to carry out the passports.

The left-wing newspaper also claims that the vaccine passports should be used to persuade Americans who are wary of the vaccines to take them.

“There is evidence vaccine passports could motivate skeptical Americans to get shots. Several vaccine-hesitant participants at a recent focus group of Trump voters led by pollster Frank Luntz suggested their desire to see family, go on vacation, and resume other aspects of daily life outpaced fear of the shots, particularly if travel companies and others moved to require proof of vaccination,” they claim.

However, the Biden administration apparently wants this pressure to come entirely in the form of corporate interests requiring vaccines, and does not want to use the weight of the federal government to require the vaccine passports.