UK to join EU passport scheme – what could this mean for travel?

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UK to join EU passport scheme – what could this mean for travel?

It will make the need for travel testing easier for those with a coronavirus vaccine.For example, double jabbed Britons travelling to Portugal must

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It will make the need for travel testing easier for those with a coronavirus vaccine.

For example, double jabbed Britons travelling to Portugal must currently buy a lateral flow test before departure, at £20 to £40 a time, only because their jabs are not recognised by the EU Digital Covid Certificate.

It will also make accessing hospitality venues in certain countries easier, as the pass is required in a number of popular holiday destinations such as France, Italy, Portugal, Germany and the Netherlands.

Paul Charles, the chief executive of travel consultancy The PC Agency, said the domestic use of the pass had proved popular with the public.



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