The British government of Boris Johnson thinks about it and gives up the idea of introducing the Green pass anti Covid in England, the largest nation in the UK. This was announced by the Minister of Health, Sajid Javid, according to whom it would be useless “to do something just to do it” and it no longer appears necessary to adopt this restrictive precaution in the context of the island, albeit in a much more limited form than the provisions commissioned by other countries, including Italy.
The measure, according to the previews, it should have been approved by the end of September and impose the obligation of vaccination certification (or a negative test) in order to access exclusively English nightclubs, discos or mass events (concerts, shows, sporting events), as established since 1 October so far only by Scotland among the 4 nations of the Kingdom. However, Javid has announced that the final decision of the central Tory government, responsible for the health emergency in England, is now not to proceed anymore. “I am pleased to be able to say that we will not continue on this path”, announced.
The minister noted that elsewhere the Green pass was actually introduced to encourage people to get vaccinated. A goal that is in the process of being achieved in Great Britain, however, he argued, with over 81% of the entire population over 16 already immunized with 2 doses and 90% with one. It remains to accelerate the campaign between 16 and 17, the last to be involved in chronological order, where so far it has reached “al 55-60%”, Javid admitted, also showing himself encouraged by the current trend even in this age group. The Johnson government counterorder was later criticized by the opposition in the method, as a new “wave” on pandemic management.