A spokesperson said that the World Health Organization (WHO) does not support the use of coronavirus vaccine passports during travel.
WHO spokeswoman Margaret Harris said that the World Health Organization does not support the use of these passports-proof that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19-because it is not yet known whether people who have been vaccinated against the virus are still vaccinated. This kind of passport can be disseminated. She cited the issue of fairness, which is another reason why the WHO currently does not approve of the use of fairness.
Harris said in a UN news briefing: “As the World Health Organization said, we don’t want vaccine passports as a requirement for entry or exit, because we are currently not sure whether the vaccine can stop the spread.” Reuters
She added: “Apart from discriminating against people who cannot be vaccinated for some reason, there are all other problems.”
After the news broke, the top infectious disease experts in the United States also talked about vaccine passports, saying that after the pandemic is over, the federal government will not mandate passports for travelers or businesses.
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“I suspect that the federal government will be the main driver of the vaccine passport concept,” Dr. Anthony Fucci, who is also President Biden’s chief medical adviser, told the “Political Dispatch” podcast on Monday.
He added: “They may be involved in ensuring that things are carried out fairly and fairly, but I doubt whether the federal government will be the main factor.”
Some people believe that the requirement for vaccine passports can speed up the reopening of international travel. However, the issue of vaccine passports is very complicated and has aroused fierce controversy around the world, mainly about how many governments, employers and field owners know a person’s vaccination status.
In the United States, the issue has largely become partisan, and Republican lawmakers mostly oppose this concept. For example, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued an executive order on Friday banning the use of vaccine passports in the state, and Democratic New York State was the first state to introduce a digital vaccine passport. The state recently introduced the so-called “Excelsior Pass.”
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However, some private companies and organizations may consider developing methods to confirm that someone has been vaccinated. Fauci also talked about this when appearing on the Politico Dispatch podcast, noting that companies or schools may require them to enter the building.
“I’m not saying that they should or should do this, but that you foresee that an independent entity might say:’Well, unless we know that you are vaccinated, we will not be able to deal with you,” but it will not be regulated The government enforces it,” he said.