(RECLAIM THE NET) – The UK government is “not ruling out” the use of vaccine passports to gain entry into public venues such as churches, cinemas, and nightclubs, according to the Minister for Consumer and Small Business Paul Scully.
The comments follow a government announcement that COVID vaccine passports will be used in crowded places starting fall.
In an appearance on London-based LBC Radio’s breakfast show, host Nick Ferrari asked Scully about the extent of the government’s vaccine passport use plan.
“Will it apply to theaters and cinemas – possibly church services?” Ferrari challenged.
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