The government is concerned that vaccine passports could surge Covid cases by sending British people from larger venues to poorly ventilated pubs.
A leaked report that event organizers would have to hire thousands of security staff to check the Covid certificate as well as to see the takes that were hit by the reduced number of panthers. Suggests.
The findings are included in an analysis marked “Official Secret” by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports. Telegraph.
We asked if the vaccine passport could have a “movement effect to other types of places not included in the certification”.
He warned that football fans looking away from the stadium because they didn’t have a Covid Pass could help fuel the virus by stacking up in packed pubs to watch the game.
The document says: “There is potential movement between the live event venue and the hospitality venue.
“The central concern in this area is that certification can replace music venues with activities and businesses, such as music and pubs with late alcohol licenses, which can be counterintuitive and potentially counterproductive. . “
In addition, “If some fans are kicked out of a structured, well-ventilated sports stadium by certification, they will instead join an unstructured, poorly ventilated pub, more than if they were in the stadium. Alcohol may become available.
“Evidence from the euro showed a surge in pub-related cases, even when England was playing abroad.”
According to the impact assessment, 5,700 stewards will need to be hired in a large stadium so fans can confirm their Covid certification.
A “bottleneck” in a Premier League match could hit the affected venues from £ 345m to £ 2,067m.
The document states that if the plan were introduced this month, it would have required about 6 million checks.
Evidence from the euro showed a surge in pub-related cases, even when England was playing abroad
Vaccine passports will be introduced in several locations under Government Plan B to curb the increase in autumn and winter cases.
The scheme would mean that the drinkers would have to show that they were double jabed before they could enter the venue.
The number of daily Covid cases in the UK yesterday dropped to 36,567. The lowest number in 2 weeks.
But if Boris Johnson plans To keep Covid from failing in the coming months, you’ll need a passport to enter a nightclub or a crowded indoor conference hall with more than 500 attendees.
Outdoor settings with more than 4,000 people and sports and music venues with more than 10,000 people also require an NHScovid pass to enter.
Face masks are also mandatory in some settings and people are required to work from home again under Plan B in the United Kingdom.
The Scottish Vaccine Passport scheme, announced last weekend, was branded as an “unmitigated disaster” by the Scottish Hospitality Group.
Vaccine passports can spread Covid by encouraging Panthers to visit poorly ventilated pubs rather than large venues.
SourceVaccine passports can spread Covid by encouraging Panthers to visit poorly ventilated pubs rather than large venues.