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UK rules out ‘vaccine passports’ for foreign travel – IOL

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The UK government has ruled out plans to introduce “vaccine passports” allowing people, who have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus, to travel abroad.

Still, people could get evidence from their doctors if they need it for travelling, Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi told the media on Sunday.

Zahawi made the remarks as the issue is under discussion in the UK and beyond.

“Of course you have the evidence that you have been vaccinated held by your GP and if other countries require you to show proof of that evidence, then that is up to those countries,” he said.

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