So ehm... when a person requires the NHS emergency services post Brexit, how do the staff know that a person is an EU citizen that might requires an online settled status check (which in turn requires a passport, identity card or biometric residency card) and not a UK citizen which doesn't need to (and can't) be checked? If we exclude all measures that are discriminatory?
So either all UK citizens also take their passport with them going forward as well; or this is going to end in discrimination for people including, but not limited to, those with an accent, "look foreign", UK citizens that've lived or studied abroad (affecting their speech), people speaking another language, or any other identifying marks or clothing.
As not all UK citizens have passports however, the NHS cannot use the Home Office provided website to rule out they're an EU citizen. That's just as well as the website doesn't work for UK nationals, it would only tell them they don't have settled status.
As a result this makes the process essentially voluntary for people who self identify as an EU citizen and want to be discriminated against.
Hey where are you from? London. You don't sound British? I was born in England but studied in Amsterdam.
The process isn't fit for purpose.