The Secretary of State for Vaccines, Nadhim Zahawi, On Tuesday ruled out the requirement to introduce certain “passports” for covid-19, which stipulate whether a person has been vaccinated or has antibodies in order for them to enter a “bar” or shop They reopened on April 12.
Several representatives from different political parties criticized Possibility of issuing this type of certificate, Used in the UK, is an unethical and discriminatory behavior by people who have not been vaccinated for various reasons.
However, the government is evaluating the possibility of publishing certain types of documents on COVID-19 for specific cases, and He hopes to be able to try in some sports events According to a government document released last night, it will be held in May next year.
These certificates can help you Music festival, theater or disco It can be done safely.
“Next Monday, you can go and drink beer in the garden (bar), No requirement Show your vaccination certificate or passport,” Zahavi told Sky News.
“In May, you can enter the’bar’ Enjoy your drinks and eliminate the problem of requiring you to provide proof of vaccination,” the minister said before more and more debate on these documents.
Zahawi added that using these certificates can increase internal usage “Difficult ethical issues”.
First minister Boris JohnsonOn Monday, he ruled out a “passport” that “completely” requires people to go to a “pub” or a hairdresser to get vaccinated from April 12, and promised that that day he will celebrate the reopening of non-essential businesses by drinking beer. “On Monday the 12th, I will go to the pub cautiously and irreversibly. I put a pint of beer on my lips“, he claimed.
Due to the decline in the number of deaths and infections in the UK, shops selling non-essential goods will reopen.
According to official data, other 26 people died in the last 24 hours And 2762 cases of infection were reported. More than 31 million people have received the first dose of vaccine.