Scotland’s National Clinical Director said that vacations in the UK would be “possible” this year, but warned against traveling abroad.
Jason Reach said the vaccination rollout has been “incredibly successful” in the UK and will allow travel between four countries in 2021.
“We’ll talk about the gap for a few weeks, but not all bets may be off by day X,” Reach said of BBC Scotland.
“The June 21st assertion thought I knew something in November, so I need to be a little careful. I got a new variant in December.
“So we need to be careful, but it’s actually the order in which they went to school, kids, family, business. The prime minister has already said so loudly that what you hear today is roughly. think.”
The National Clinical Director also said the Scottish Government is considering ideas for vaccine passports to allow travel abroad.
He states: “The world is considering it, probably called vaccine certification or covid certification.
“The 72-hour test may have been negative on the day you took the test.
“Vaccination may be part of it, but you need to be careful. There are potential challenges.”
“Some groups have difficulty getting vaccines, so they need to be investigated and considered, but I’m not sure if they should make a choice at this stage of the pandemic.”
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