The World Health Organization surprised all the people of the world today by announcing that it did not adopt the idea of adopting a passport for the Corona vaccine as a basic condition for allowing travel and that it did not support this idea significantly, according to what was announced and published by Margaret Harris, spokesperson for the World Health Organization, on Tuesday, April 6, 2021.
According to Harris, the World Health Organization refuses to support the issuance of passports for travelers stating that they have received vaccines against the Corona virus, or to consider such passports as a new condition for allowing travel.
For its part, the World Health Organization announced its refusal to support this procedure as a condition for entering or leaving the world, explaining that the main reason behind its adoption of this procedure is its uncertainty regarding the effectiveness of the Corona vaccines presented so far with regard to preventing the transmission of Corona from one person to another, in addition to the organization's concerns about The issue of property rights.
In a related context, the World Health Organization has started some time ago the procedures for reviewing all data on vaccines produced by China as an anti-Coronavirus, such as Sinopharm and Sinovac, in order to allow their use in emergency cases, and their inclusion is likely to be announced within a few weeks before the beginning of May 2021. .
On the other hand, some British parties have issued new warnings about Corona certificates, so that individuals must be required to prove that they have received the Corona vaccine as a condition for allowing them to enter shopping centers, bars, etc., which may be considered a "discriminatory" racist process.