The British government wants to require mandatory corona vaccination certificates for nightclubs and other major events in England from autumn. “Some of the greatest pleasures and opportunities in life will increasingly depend on vaccinations,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in London on Monday. By the end of September, all adults in the UK would have the opportunity to get the full Corona vaccine.
Until then, however, no such evidence is required for clubs and other major events that have reopened or may take place since Monday. Nightclubs are only encouraged to ask for the so-called NHS Covid Pass upon entry.
So far, according to the British government, around 35 percent of 18 to 30 year olds have not yet received a first vaccination, even though they have already received an offer.
Boris Johnson’s government only makes Corona policy for England – Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are responsible for their own actions and are a little more cautious.
In Great Britain, young people should only be vaccinated against corona under certain conditions. According to current data, there is no general vaccination recommendation for under 18-year-olds, said the British Minister of Health Sajid Javid on Monday in London. The government is following the current assessment of the British Vaccination Commission.
According to the recommendation, young people with previous illnesses such as autoimmune diseases should receive a corona vaccination, as well as 12 to 17-year-olds who live in a household with particularly vulnerable people. However, assessments may change as more data from ongoing studies become available, the government said.