A McDonald’s branch in Israel has decided that it will no longer serve the unvaxxed, Fox Business reported.
Obtaining “vaccinated” status in Israel has become increasingly difficult in recent months, as the state has forced thousands into the jab, and is now requiring many boosters as well.
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The order kiosk at McDonald’s questions whether or not the person placing the order is vaccinated. If they are not, the screen resets automatically.
“So, basically, if you don’t have a Green Pass, they will not give you food at the McDonald’s in Bet Shemesh,” a Twitter user wrote.
The ethnic state has recently introduced the “Green Pass” as a method of determining citizenship status based upon vaccination status. If one has gotten the initial vaccine, and the state has verified the presence of COVID antibodies, then one is eligible for the pass, which allows for civic participation.
McDonald’s claims that it is merely following the government’s instructions to treat people differently based upon their vaccination status.
“The Israeli government has enacted emergency regulations banning the sale of food on a food court without a ‘Green Pass,’ and McDonald’s Israel is complying with the law and has acted accordingly,” a McDonald’s Israel spokesperson said.
He also suggested that the rules only apply to food courts, not individual restaurants.
“Following the upcoming cancellation of the Green Pass this coming Monday by the government, the announcement in Mac Touch will also be canceled accordingly,” he added.
Quebec, Canada, has also decided to legally restrict the unjabbed.
Health Minister Christian Dubé announced last week that the province plans to disallow unvaccinated individuals from buying marijuana or alcohol from state-operated sources.
“If the unvaccinated aren’t happy with this situation, there is a very simple solution at your disposal,” the minister said. “It is to get vaccinated. It’s free.”