Britain considers vaccine passports to restart international travel

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By Alistair Smout LONDON (Reuters) – Britain is looking at easing travel restrictions, including allowing those who are double vaccinated against COVID-19 to enjoy a foreign holiday without intrusive red tape, a step that indicates vaccine passports are firmly back on the agenda. Countries in the European Union last week agreed to an easing of travel restrictions over summer that will allow fully vaccinated tourists to avoid tests or quarantines and broaden the list of EU regions from which it is safe to travel. Britain, whose vaccination programme has seen more than half of adults receive bot…

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