- The United Kingdom is going to start a trial for a COVID-19 “vaccine passport” program.
- The program would allow people who are vaccinated to access events like concerts and sports games.
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson said vaccine passports will “never” be required for essential businesses, according to The Independent.
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The United Kingdom will start a trial for COVID-19 “vaccine passports,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson said at a press briefing on Monday.
Johnson said “COVID safe certifications” – either a vaccine, negative test, or proof of antibodies – will be tested at a number of events this month.
However, Johnson said vaccine passports will “never” be required for essential businesses or public services like buses or trains, according to The Independent.