For the “foreseeable future,” vaccine passports will be a “permanent” fixture of overseas travel, according to the transport secretary.
If they want to return to the UK without having to be quarantined, most travelers must show proof that they have been completely vaccinated against Covid-19.
In many nations, foreign tourists must also have taken both doses of the coronavirus vaccine in order to enter without being quarantined.
Grant Shapps, the Transport Secretary, told ITV News: I do see this becoming a permanent, for the foreseeable future, a fixture of international travel.
“I’ve chaired meetings with my transport equivalents [in other countries], when I speak to them it’s quite clear that double vaccination will be a requirement, we’re already seeing it in virtually every country in the world.”
He stated that: “If you haven’t got your vaccination yet, please get it, unless you’re medically exempt, you will need it in order to be able to travel in the future.”
After unveiling improvements to the traffic signal system in the United Kingdom on Wednesday which will remain unaltered for three weeks.
He said the idea this summer to examine the system of traffic lighting every three weeks should provide people an opportunity to go overseas instead of a weekly one.
ITV News said: “My simple message is we want people to be able to go away, enjoy a well-earned break and know that this is the system we have in place, bar any unforeseen circumstances, for the rest of August.”
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