China introduced “health passports” for tourists

Prior to that, China introduced electronic “health codes”.

The certificate will be in electronic form and any institution will be able to receive information by scanning the QR code.

China is introducing an international health certificate program for travelers. It was officially launched by the local messenger Wechat. Interfax with reference to the consular department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China.

“In the not too distant future, the Chinese version of the international health certificate for tourism will promote healthy, safe and orderly communication between people from different countries and will become a reliable guarantee for Chinese citizens traveling the world,” the statement said.

The certificate will contain information about the presence or absence of COVID vaccination in its owner, as well as the results of tests for IgG antibodies. Any institution will be able to obtain the necessary information by scanning the QR code.

China has previously introduced electronic “health codes”. Citizens provided them in transport, at work, in public places.

Earlier it was reported that the European Commission is going to submit draft vaccination passport… It will be presented on March 17. The decision on the possible practical application of vaccination passports, including at the international level, will be taken at a later date.

We also wrote that the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal spoke about COVID vaccination passports… The digital system developed by the Ministry of Digital Development and the Ministry of Health will help all vaccinated in the future to receive confirmation of vaccination against COVID-19 if so-called vaccination passports are introduced in the world.

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