Travel: Coronavirus vaccine passports slammed as ‘discriminatory’ ahead of new trial

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Ms Guevara also highlighted how testing can help travel resume, even while the vaccination effort is ongoing.

“Only a tiny percentage of people around the world have so far received the vaccine, whereas there are vast numbers who have not, but who could be tested, show a negative result, and travel safely,” she said.

“The common-sense approach is to allow the free movement of people who can prove a negative test result, rather than reserve travelling or jobs for a small minority who have been vaccinated.”

Her comments come as the UK gears up to launch a vaccine pass trial for those who have been given the injection so far.

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