Isn’t the European Union also developing a system? Yes. The EU is expected to introduce a certificate called the Digital Green Pass on June 21st to allow people vaccinated against the coronavirus to travel more freely. According to the proposed rules, each nation within the block could decide which travel restrictions, such as B. the mandatory quarantine should be waived for owners of Digital Green. But many countries, including Denmark, say they can’t afford to wait for the Digital Green Pass and are developing their own versions.
Name of the card: The green pass
Could it bring you an indoor table? Yes.
How about a concert or a sports game? That too.
Anything else? The pass allows you to enter many businesses including swimming pools, gyms, theaters and wedding halls, as well as cultural events such as concerts, sports games and religious gatherings. The passport can also mean that you may not need to be quarantined for 10-14 days after international travel.
How does it work? In late February, the Israeli Ministry of Health began offering the Green Pass to fully vaccinated residents and people who have recovered from Covid-19. When booking a table in a restaurant, many companies would ask, “Do you have a Green Pass?” Israelis can print out their certificates with a QR code, download the code to their phones or flash the app themselves.
What about this family? The app and other Green Pass materials include an animated representation of a family of three. The man is wearing shorts, a backpack and a camera around his neck, suggesting that he is on vacation. His son and wife wear masks, but their demeanor is relaxed as they pull their suitcases.
Aparna Nair, a professor of the history of science at the University of Oklahoma who maintains a collection of vaccination certificates from the 1820s, said this detail was remarkable: “They use the vaccination card design to make visual connections to life after the pandemic is in Essentially the vaccine as a literal passport to the rest of the world. “