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‘A can of worms’: Experts weigh in on the vaccine passport debate – Al Jazeera English

There is no consensus on how coronavirus vaccine passports should be used but many countries are exploring the idea.

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London, United Kingdom  From Israel to Iceland, several governments around the world are adopting so-called coronavirus vaccine passports as they bid to safely reopen borders, unfreeze economies from costly lockdowns and restore a semblance of normality to social life.
Supporters of the vaguely-defined certificates argue they have a critical role to play in ending restrictions imposed to curtail the spread of the pandemic, at least in countries with widescale access to vaccines.
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