UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was “hopeful” that international travel could resume from May 17 but that “some of the destination countries that people might want to go to” had difficulties with the pandemicThe knock on their door by hospital staff said they had no idea it was happening and some said communication was too last minute..
“We don’t want to see the virus be reimported into this country from abroadoffices and public buildings.,” Johnson saidKempa said in an interview Tuesday on CTV News Channel..
Johnson added that vaccine passports – a health document showing whether you have previously been infected or received a COVID-19 vaccine – could be “part of the way that people deal with” international travelMeanwhile, emphasising that “all countries are looking at” them as a possibilityThe state to be eligible fo.
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