Airlines Endorse “Covid Passports”: Quarantine-Free Travel for Vaccinated Individuals

Ratification by the W.H.O. is vital to the development of a digital-travel pass aimed at getting people moving again once infection rates ease, according to IATA.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The airline industry has called on the World Health Organization to rule it’s safe for people to fly without quarantining once they’ve had a coronavirus vaccine.

Acknowledgement of that principle from the United Nations agency is vital to the development of a digital-travel pass aimed at getting people moving again once infection rates ease, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Wednesday.

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