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PM confirms Covid certification will not be needed for pubs

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PM confirms Covid certification will not be needed for pubs

PM confirms Covid certification will not be needed for pubs

Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirms people will not require certification of a Covid vaccination to visit indoor and outdoor hospitality venues from April 12.

However, he says the government is looking into the possibility of Covid passports for international travel.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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