Kovid passport will be used for a long time
“It’s pretty clear that double vaccination will be needed, we’re seeing it in practically every country in the world already,” Shapps says.
UK says traffic light system replaces it: it will check it every three weeks
Vaccine passports won’t disappear anytime soon, says UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, an opinion shared by tourism officials in the world’s major countries. They will be required for long international travel, meaning only those who have received two doses will be able to travel in the future.
“I think it will become a permanent fixture for the foreseeable future of international travel. When I speak with them I have chaired meetings with my transport counterparts, it is quite clear that double vaccination will be needed, we are already seeing this in practically every country in the world,” Shaps it is said.
“If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, do so unless you’re medically exempt, you’ll need it to be able to travel in the future,” said Shapps, who clarified That the traffic light system will be reviewed. Every three weeks and not weekly.
“We want people to be able to go, enjoy a well-deserved rest and know that this is the system we have in place, barring any unforeseen events, for the rest of August,” he says.
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