The British Foreign Secretary for Transport Grant Shps has shared new details about the government’s Covid-19 vaccine passport during an interview with Sky News confirming that it will be located within the existing NHS s.
Shps told Sky News on Wednesday that vaccine pass “Will be the NHS p used for people when booking points for the NHS and so on.”
With standard NHS p, Shps said the British would “Be able to show that you have had a vaccine or that you have been tested.” He added that it is he “Working internationally with partners around the world to ensure that the system can be recognized internationally.”
“So that’s the way forward,” he said, concluding that the matter would be discussed further next week during a G7 meeting with transport secretaries from the United States, Canada, Jan, France, Germany and Italy.
Sky cited an unnamed government source who clarified that the p in question would be the standard NHS p used for point-booking.
The planned Covid passport allows Britons to travel abroad to select countries, although Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government has also replaced the option of using some sort of vaccine or negative evidence for domestic purposes.
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