Japan intends to issue a vaccine passport in July
The country should start issuing the document, in coordination with local governments, in July.
According to the Secretary General of the Cabinet, Katsunobu Kato, the government intends to start issuing proof of vaccination against the new coronavirus, called a vaccine passport.
“We are going to enact the Regulations for the Enforcement of the Vaccination Law in mid-July and, after testing the revamped Vaccination Registration System (VRS), in relation to local governments, we would like to start issuing the vouchers. It is scheduled for the end of July”, declared Kato.
At this point, the vaccination passport will be on paper, but later it will be considered to be scanned.
Sources: JNN and Sankei
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