Allowing the fully vaccinated to enjoy more freedoms could stoke social division, say experts
Scientists have urged caution after Tony Blair called for people fully vaccinated against Covid to have more freedoms than those who have not had both jabs, arguing it could stoke social divisions.
A report from the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, called “Less Risk, More Freedom”, backs the idea of a “robust Covid pass” for the fully vaccinated that could be used domestically to access venues and for travel abroad once vaccines are available to all adults in the UK. It could also show the recent testing status for those who are not able to be vaccinated.
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