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Vaccine Passport Finds Strong Support in U.K. Poll

The nation is leading the world’s major economies on getting its population vaccinated. Now Brits say they would support blocking those without shots from entering.

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Explain This: Vaccine Passports

Nearly a third of U.K. adults have had at least one Covid-19 vaccine shot. Now a wide majority of Britons support a controversial next step: so-called vaccine passports that would allow some to return to a more-normal life.

New data provided to Bloomberg by YouGov show that 65% of British people say they would support a document that would theoretically allow vaccinated people to return to workplaces, bars and even travel again before those who haven’t had their shots.