The UK government has rejected the idea of coercion Issuance of passports for vaccination against Govt-19 To enter bars and restaurants in the country. AGovernment analysis would suggest that documentation is only required for large events such as concerts and exhibitions.
Plans to call the vaccine a passport have sparked outrage among conservative lawmakers despite the prime minister Boris Johnson Has suggested that its use is supported in several interviews.
But on Wednesday, 28, sources in the Prime Minister’s Office confirmed to the newspaper Defender The government plans to require Covid-19 certifications – which include vaccination proof, recent antibody test or positive test for the disease – only for large events in theaters, concert halls or stadiums.
The cabinet is expected to present the initial plan to parliament this weekend. The scheme could be further modified and the government did not rule out the possibility for restaurant owners to make their own judgments regarding entry terms.
The government is now exploring whether sites that require certification at the gateway can ease social detachment rules – this would be a great incentive for sites operating with very low efficiency under current restrictions.
Cabinet Chief Michael Cove and UK Deputy Medical Director Jonathan Van-Tom recently visited Israel to study the country’s green pass system, which is used to enter all restaurants, bars, gyms, hotels, theaters and other locations. Pass is not mandatory for those sitting outside.
The United Kingdom is working to develop a digital vaccine passport against Govt-19. European union, Which considers action necessary to allow tourism in the region in the summer.
The initiative was unveiled on Wednesday, the 28th, by the UK Secretary of Transportation Grant Shops. According to him, the passport will be based on the current application of the National Health Service.
Shops said it plans to release more details about the digital passport in the coming weeks. The UK is preparing a “green list” of places to visit in the coming months as Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to unveil international travel.