Today, the Danish government showcased its digital COVID-19 passport which will allow people to travel in Denmark or abroad. It will also be used to go to the hairdresser, a tattoo parlor, dine inside a restaurant, or wherever else is necessary. According to Finance Minister Nicolai Wammen, the passport will be used from July 1 when people can travel with the EU.
Currently, around 20% of the population in Denmark has been fully vaccinated, said Wammen. Health Minister Magnus Heunicke demonstrated how the app functions during a press conference outside the Copenhagen airport. It features a QR code and a green bar if the person has either been fully vaccinated or recently tested negative for COVID-19. Otherwise, the bar will be red and people will not be allowed access to those places.
People will have to either scan their code or flash it before going into an airport, a hairdresser, a train station, and other places. In special cases, a physical version can be sent to a location to serve the same purpose. “It is a solution that is very easy to use,” said Wammen.
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