Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the government will test out a contentious “vaccine passport” system to help travel and large events return safely. Photo: AP Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the government will test out a contentious “vaccine passport” system to help travel and large events return safely. Photo: AP
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the government will test out a contentious “vaccine passport” system to help travel and large events return safely. Photo: AP

Britain to ease coronavirus lockdown next week, will test vaccine passports

  • PM Boris Johnson says, however, that it is too soon to decide if British residents will be able to have summer trips abroad
  • Once travel resumes, Britain will rank countries green, yellow or red on a traffic-light system based on level of vaccinations, infections and virus variants

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the government will test out a contentious “vaccine passport” system to help travel and large events return safely. Photo: AP Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the government will test out a contentious “vaccine passport” system to help travel and large events return safely. Photo: AP
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the government will test out a contentious “vaccine passport” system to help travel and large events return safely. Photo: AP
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