Did This Country Become the First in Europe to Ban COVID-19 Passes?

Did This Country Become the First in Europe to Ban COVID-19 Passes?


While Sweden has earned fame as the “free” European country for its lax COVID-19 measures, I’ve highlighted how that’s not the case. 

Sweden’s use of digital IDmicrochips, and the recent introduction of COVID-19 passports have destroyed that fallacy.  

However, another European nation allegedly taking the laissez-faire strategy is flying under the radar. 

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That country is Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Reports indicate that a strategic legal battle in the Balkan nation scored a huge victory for Bosnians. 

Lawyer Mirnes Ajanović reportedly defeated the Bosnian federal government in court to prevent the passage of COVID-19 Passes. 

The legal victory would make Bosnia & Herzegovina the first European country to outlaw COVID-19 Passes for its citizens.  

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