The World Health Organization does not agree to require travelers to provide vaccine passports for international travel.
Mexico City (APRO). -The World Health Organization (WHO) does not agree to ask travelers for vaccine passports for international travel.
“We don’t want to treat vaccine passports as a necessary condition for entry and exit, because we are currently not sure whether vaccines can prevent transmission. There are other problems besides discriminating against people who cannot vaccinate another person. The reason is,” the agency said. Margaret Harris (Margaret Harris) said.
Experts explained that it is not yet certain whether the vaccine can prevent the spread of the disease. For people who have been vaccinated, it is still unknown how long the antibody can last in the body and whether it can be sufficient for a single use or should be repeated.
Before certain places (such as the European Union) that plan to prepare documents before the summer require obtaining a vaccination certificate, Harris recalled, “In all countries, there are certain groups of people who are excluded from immunization, such as pregnancy and Pregnant. These kids???,
Mike Ryan, WHO’s head of emergency affairs, recalled that many countries still could not obtain vaccines, and if passports were required, these countries would be quarantined internationally.