Britain plans to cut COVID-19 passports, a legal requirement for a larger event, The Daily Telegraph reported on Sunday.
UK officials who conduct a COVID-19 examination of the certificate of their status believe there is no chance that the law will turn into mandatory in the UK.
A government spokesman said in an emailed statement to Reuters that a review of the certification of the COVID-19 vaccine was pending and that no decision was made.
There are growing concerns about the prospect of vaccine certificates voiced by Britain’s conservatives, as well as opposition lawmakers and civil rights groups. In April, Prime Minister Boris Johnson also signaled the ethical issues posed by the certification of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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