THERE is “no plan” for the UK Government to issue Britons with so-called “vaccine passports,” Nadhim Zahawi, the UK Government’s Vaccine Minister, has insisted as he suggested annual vaccines or a “booster in the autumn” could be required to combat Covid-19 variants.
However, he pointed out that people inoculated against coronavirus would be able to ask their GP for written proof of their vaccine status if it were needed for travel.
Downing Street has been adamant that it does not plan to issue vaccine passports to allow people to go on holiday once they have had both doses of a vaccine.
But with countries such as Greece stating that they will waive quarantine requirements for those who have been jagged, ministers are facilitating a way in which UK residents with protection can travel once the lockdown is over.
Asked if the Government was considering issuing immunity…