UK will not introduce health passports

UK will not introduce health passports

Great Britain reports an astonishing development of events. The British are now refraining from introducing the so-called Covid pass, according to the BBC.

UK Health Minister Sajid Javid said in an interview: “I never liked the idea of ​​telling people:

Make sure to make your own covid passports or something else that is not commonplace. I am pleased to announce that we will no longer do this. ”

The British government originally planned to introduce the Covid Pass at the end of September. This passport is basically a prerequisite for complying with 3G regulations.

Anyone who has been vaccinated or recovered should be able to identify themselves with this passport.

The British were also relatively cautious in parliament. Members of the government faction were also against the introduction of the Covid passport, as were individual “Conservative MPs” and Liberal Democrats.

There were also voices from business. The Nightclub Owners Association has opposed the introduction of the Covid Pass.

This was due to fears of losing the business, as well as fears that legal action could be brought against discrimination.

The reason for this is the fact that anti-discrimination legislation in the UK is considered to be much more stringent than, for example, in Germany.

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