Brazil’s Senate passes bill implementing ‘vaccine passport’

The vaccination certificate can be printed or accessed on a digital platform and proves that the person carrying it has tested negative or has already been vaccinated against Covid-19

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Senate on Thursday, June 10 approved the creation of a vaccination certificate that can be requested to authorize the entry of people into public and private spaces, such as public transportation, hotels and parks.

The document, called the Certificate of Immunization and Health Security (CSS), is inspired by the Digital Green Certificate created by the European Union. The project was supported by the government and the opposition and will now be analyzed by the Chamber of Deputies.

Under the rules, the CSS certificate can be printed or accessed on a digital platform and prove, free . . .

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