UBER is No Longer Your Friend If You Are A Friend of Liberty or Privacy

Uber Announces Participating in Contact Tracing – They Will Turn You in to Health Authorities

Rima E. Laibow, MD
Medical Director, Natural Solutions Foundation, July 20, 2021

Health Impact News Editor Brian Shilhavy reported on a truly frigtening piece of news today, as the Plandemic is carefully employed to destroy your privacy and your freedom with illogical and unscientific measures like contract tracing and masking,

It is chillingly interesting that the report of Uber now participating with health authorities (sic!) by providing, for free, as it happens, contact tracing information on its passengers and drivers was reported in Big Pharma news organ, FiercePharma. Gleefully, one would imagine.

According to that Pharma focused source, Uber is now participating by sharing contact tracing information with health authorities in every country where they operate. Think again if you believed that you could avoid being arrested in your own home by simply refusing to get a COVID test from among the more than 100 fast-tracked inaccurate COVID tests.

Uber’s contact tracing services are provided for free not to customers, but to local health authorities so every time you use the popular ride-share service, Uber can track you to see if you have been in contact with any COVID positive people. That would, of course, include previous riders in this driver’s car. which you would of course not even know about. Then, having secured the information, they will hand it over to local (and other?) health (and other?) authorities.

Quoting FiercePharma:

“Ridesharing giant Uber has rolled out a service to give public health officials quick access to user data to track coronavirus cases, Reuters reported Monday.

The contact tracing service will be provided for free, and is reportedly being introduced to public health officials in all countries where Uber operates, according to Reuters. Company officials told Reuters information of either a driver or passenger can be accessed in a few hours.

The service provides health departments with data about who used Uber’s services and when and allows health agencies to urge affected drivers and users to quarantine, company officials told reporters.

Uber has a protocol in place that it can disclose user information to public health agencies in an emergency involving danger of death or serious physical injury.

Since COVID-19 can be transmitted through close proximity to affected individuals, public health officials have identified contact tracing as a valuable tool to help contain its spread.

Food delivery apps are apparently also hacking your privacy and contact information:

As cities around the U.S. have begun requiring restaurants to take down diners’ contact information for contact tracing, tech-enabled restaurant reservation apps such as Tock have reportedly also been tapped to help with contact tracing.

Ride-hailing data could play an important role in that effort, health officials and experts said, because it identifies a larger set of people outside the direct social circle of an infected individual, according to the Reuters article.

In January, Uber executives flew to Los Angeles to meet with the local health department and CDC officials to discuss how Uber’s data could best be used, Uber’s chief of global law enforcement Mike Sullivan told Reuters. Since the onset of the pandemic in the U.S., Uber has received approximately 560 coronavirus-related requests from public health officials across 29 countries, most of which were processed by the company within two hours, company officials told Reuters.

Our advice for your: Assuming you really do not want to risk a knock at your door by health authorities and law enforcement forcing you to get a COVID test, your best option you have right now is to NOT carry a cell phone, or if you do, make sure it is either in a container that blocks reception and tracking or is in a mode that you are certain does not allow it to be tracked and traced.  As far as we know, that is still legal behavior.

Freedom advocates also recommend using cash for transactions while you still can and stop relying on credit cards, Records of transactions at certain places and times can also be used to identify you as being in contact with an allegedly COVID positive person, for example, standing in front of you in line.

The Plandemic is about wiping out your freedoms and options, not about a disease that a healthy immune system, plenty of fresh air and sunshine and sensible precautions can handle well.

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References and Sources:

https://www.fiercehealthcare.com/tech/uber-launches-service-to-help-covid-19-contact-tracing-report
https://www.delish.com/food-news/a32768978/restaurant-reservation-apps-health-surveys/
https://www.uber.com/legal/en/document/?name=public-health-guidelines&country=united-states&lang=en
https://www.nsfmarketplace.com/product-category/nano-silver-10-ppm/
https://www.nsfmarketplace.com/product-category/vaccine-exemption/

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