The notion of the introduction of vaccine passports is a complex one, whether to facilitate activities within the UK or international travel.
Several travel firms, including aviation trade body Iata, are working on their own versions in order to unlock travel.
Their proposed introduction raises serious ethical and logistical questions.
Here, The Independent’s travel desk gives their opinion on whether or not they should be rolled out.
Helen Coffey: Why we shouldn’t look to them as the magic bullet
In theory, vaccine passports are a wonderful idea for travel. Had your jab? Off you go! (In fact, this is near identical to the wording in Ryanair’s ill-fated post-Christmas ad campaign, now banned for being misleading.)
Just imagine a whole…