A government Minister has said on Friday that vaccine passports which allows you to travel abroad, will soon only be given to “fully vaccinated” people which includes a booster jab.
Infections have now reached more than 50,000 cases a day and the government urging people to get their booster jabs, but the uptake is far to slow.
Care Minister Gillian Keegan told BBC Breakfast that the definition of what “full vaccinated” will mean soon is to include all three doses.
Keegan told the BBC this morning, “The advice at the moment is the double jabbed vaccination. But of course that will evolve over time as the third dose comes in.
“It would be unreasonable to say right now when we’ve only just started the programme, we’re trying to get this balance.
“It’s two doses for now.
“But as the vaccine passport concept will evolve there will be ‘if you’ve had your booster’ because it’s probably not going to be good for next summer.”