UK Pub Punters Reportedly Won’t Need ‘COVID Status Passports’ As NHS App Set For Trials

As strict COVID-19 lockdown measures in the UK began to be eased on 29 March in line with a government ‘roadmap out of lockdown’, Whitehall officials have planned a series of trial events over the coming months in an effort to allow venues such as football stadiums and nightclubs to re-open without the need for social distancing.

After strict lockdown measures in England began to be eased on 29 March, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to provide further details at a Monday press conference on the controversial vaccine passports, reported The Sunday Times.

The UK is currently taking its first ‘baby steps’ out of the pandemic-induced lockdown after a lifting of the “stay at home” order to allow groups of six people or as two households to meet outdoors, and amateur outdoor sports to resume.

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