Bloomberg reported on February 23 that at a press conference on Monday local time, when asked whether the so-called vaccine passport will be used in the UK, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “Certification is likely to work.
We just need to do it well.” Johnson said that the vaccine passport “may be important in the dialogue about international travel”.
Johnson said the UK has enough vaccine supplies, but has been looking for more sources, according to Reuters.
“We do believe that our vaccines are in place to maintain the current pace and timeline…
“Obviously, under the contracts we have signed, we have been looking to get more vaccine resources from our suppliers,” he noted.