The refusal was revealed in the “Daily Telegraph” that the government has started testing the use of these certificates in various places, including taverns, as recommended by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Madrid (European News Agency)-Last Friday, more than 70 representatives signed a letter expressing their concern about the use of passports for vaccination against the coronavirus in the UK.
The reason for the rejection was the entire scope of the parliamentary arch, which was after the “Daily Telegraph” revealed that the government had begun testing the use of these passports in various places, including taverns, following the advice of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Shami Chakrabarti, a member of the House of Lords, told the BBC: “Having a passport to travel abroad is one thing. It is a privilege and even a luxury, but participation in the local community is a basic right.”
Other concerns are the possibility of using these certificates to apply for work or engaging in public activities in a discriminatory manner.
Signatories include former labor leader Jeremy Corbyn and Conservative Congressman Iain Duncan Smith, former David Cameron and the Secretary of Labor.
According to the Guardian, the British government has included the incidence of coronavirus and more infectious variants as a “red list”, which includes Kenya, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the Philippines.
Travelers who have been to these countries in the last 10 days will not be able to travel to that country.
British or Irish nationals and people with residency rights can do so, but they must be isolated for 10 days in a government-approved hotel.
The Chief Executive also notified 3,402 new cases of coronavirus and 52 deaths. The latest news from Wales was not included because it was a public holiday.
To date, in the pandemic, the UK has recorded 4 million cases of 353,000,668 infections and 126,000,816 deaths.
On the other hand, in the past 24 hours, 153,823 doses of vaccine have been continuously injected, a total of 31.3 million people have received one vaccination, and 4.9 million people have received complete immunization.