Check out this well written, nicely narrated and professionally produced video about the societal implications of the vaccine passport. I completely agree that the effects will be profound and horrendous in terms of freedom.
I disagree with the starting point the author comes from however. He believes that we have long enjoyed the freedom to do basically whatever we wish, except for those things prohibited by law. The vaccine passports, he argues, will transform matters such that we will be allowed to do nothing except for those things we are allowed to do.
In my view, the bastardization of rights into mere privileges happened long ago. The U.S. Declaration of Independence basically got it correct, holding that rights are unalienable and from our Creator. 11 years later, in 1787, the adoption of the U.S. Constitution got it completely wrong.
The word "rights" does not even appear in the original Constitution. It's an instrument of unlimited power. Then 4 years later, in 1791, when they shrewdly added the "Bill of Rights," the concept of "rights" had been stood on its head, becoming privileges granted to you by your government, and withdrawn any time the rulers saw fit to do so. The vaccine passport is a new technology, but one that enforces an old idea.
Also, the author seemingly accepts the notion that "we're in a pandemic." I don't. A pandemic of fear, yes. But there's no virus. If there was, they wouldn't have to keep track of "cases" based on the PCR "test" that the rulers admit is nonsense, they wouldn't have to label all deaths as caused by the virus, they wouldn't have had to prime you with all the de-population scaremongering, or transhumanism, or graphene oxide, or any of that. And they wouldn't have to punish all the non-believers. If there was really a virus, they wouldn't have need for any of this.
Scary times, regardless. The author of this video comes to the right idea, even he is a bit late to the party.