Thousands of young Britons celebrated “Independence Day” by piling up nightclubs that have been closed for almost a year and a half, indulging the class of nightlife activities they once neglected. Sadly for those not yet “fully vaccinated”, UK vaccination minister Nadhim Zahawi said on Monday that a negative coronavirus test was “no longer enough” proof that a person is safe from COVID .
Zahawi said a negative coronavirus test would soon be “not enough” proof that someone is safe from COVID, and instead they encouraged nightclubs and other businesses to use the NHS COVID pass. , with an intractable vaccination status. Public health authorities will monitor to see how many businesses are voluntarily following the ‘recommendation’. Over the next few weeks, “we’ll keep an eye on how it’s used at venues and reserve the right to mandate if necessary.”
But soon, providing proof of vaccination status will become a requirement in the UK, as it has become a requirement in other parts of Europe such as France and Greece.
“By the end of September everyone aged 18 and over will have the opportunity to receive a full vaccination and an additional two weeks for that protection to really hold.”
“At that point we plan to make full vaccination a condition of entry into nightclubs and other venues where large numbers of people congregate.”
“Evidence of a negative test is no longer enough.”
As we reported, beginning in August, members of the French public must carry a special vaccine vaccine, by order from President Emmanuel Macron. – READ MORE
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