PM says vaccine passports will ‘definitely’ play role opening travel
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PM says vaccine passports will ‘definitely’ play role opening travel

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rime Minister Boris Johnson has given his clearest hint yet that vaccine passports are likely to be required for international travel – while suggesting they will have a role to play at home as well.

However, the Prime Minister appeared to back the idea during a trip to Middlesborough on Thursday.

When asked if vaccine passports were un-British, Mr Johnson said that they would definitely have a role to play when international travel resumes.

“On the issue of vaccine certification, there’s definitely going to be a world in which international travel will use vaccine passports”, he said.

“You can see already that other countries, the aviation industry, are interested in those and there’s a logic to that.”

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