A deal on international vaccine passports was agreed at Oxford G7 meetings

Health ministers from around the world have agreed on the need to work together to develop ‘mutual recognition of testing and vaccination certificates across countries’.

Agreement was reached on so-called vaccine passports following a meeting in Oxford of health ministers from G7 countries.

Following the two-day summit the politicians concluded they must work together to develop international standards and recommended practices “for the creation, use and mutual recognition of testing and vaccination certificates across countries that rely on safe, effective and rigorously reviewed vaccines”.

It comes after the NHS app was updated to allow members of the public to view their vaccination status, but also amid reports that vaccine passport plans for mass gatherings in the UK are being scrapped.

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