London The British government plans to test a health passport system in England from mid-April, which allows it to resume activities affected by the epidemic, such as at sporting events, nightclubs and concerts Meetings.
The plan will be detailed on Monday by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who will also announce new holiday rules abroad, with a ban until at least 17 May.
The Conservative leader said in a statement, “We are doing everything we can to allow our country …
In this sense, the “Kovid-19 status certificate will be developed” in the “coming months”, which indicates whether a person has been vaccinated, is negative or has antibodies, to allow for mass meetings. It will not be needed when they reopen in public transport or essential shops or in bars.
From mid-April, nine pilot trials will be launched, including a semi-final and then a final of FA Cup football at Wembley Stadium, a night of disco and a conference in Liverpool.
The Health Passport Project was greeted with hostility by more than 70 British MPs from across the political spectrum, who consider it “discriminatory”.
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