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Elsewhere, Zurab Pololikashvili, the secretary general of the United Nations World Tourism Organization, called for the global adoption of vaccination passports to reopen travel.
“The rollout of vaccines is a step in the right direction, but the restart of tourism cannot wait,” he said. “Vaccines must be part of a wider, coordinated approach that includes certificates and passes for safe cross-border travel.”
Other countries have already stated their intention to let in all travellers who’ve been vaccinated, including the Seychelles, which has been welcoming inoculated tourists since 14 January. There’s a possibility that destinations that rely heavily on tourism, such as Spain, could follow suit.
However, it remains to be seen whether a global vaccine “passport” will be introduced and, if so, when.
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