Japan aims to issue vaccine passports by July

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Japan aims to issue vaccine passports by July
Japan aims to issue vaccine passports by July
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Following the European Union, the government of Japan has also announced to introduce vaccine passports by the next month.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato in his recent statement has said that Japan will start the process of issuing vaccine passports once overall preparations are made.
It must be noted that European Union has already started issuing the first COVID-19 passports.
In a recent Ipsos survey regarding the public opinion on vaccine passports, two-thirds (66%) of respondents across the 28 countries said they expect vaccine passports to be used widely by the end of 2021. In Japan, 74% of adults support vaccine passports for international travel. That is in line with Germany (73%), the United States (71%) and France (70%) but represents a smaller majority than in Mexico (86%), Australia (86%), Great Britain (84%), China (83%), and Italy (79%).
A vaccination passport is a documentation proving that travelers have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

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