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Restaurants, bars and cinemas may turn customers away if they have not had a Covid jab, the new minister for the mass vaccine roll-out suggested tonight.Restaurants, bars and cinemas may turn customers away if they have not had a Covid jab, the new minister for the mass vaccine roll-out suggested tonight.

Restaurants, bars and cinemas may turn customers without Covid jab away | Daily Mail Online

People who refuse a COVID-19 vaccine could find normal life curtailed as restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues could block entry to those who don’t have proof they've been vaccinated, Britain’s new minister in charge of vaccine rollout said on Monday.People who refuse a COVID-19 vaccine could find normal life curtailed as restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues could block entry to those who don’t have proof they've been vaccinated, Britain’s new minister in charge of vaccine rollout said on Monday.

The UK’s newly appointed vaccine minister, Nadhim Zahawi, has suggested that people will have to show they’ve received the Covid vaccine if they wish to return to normal life and the resumption of social activities.The UK’s newly appointed vaccine minister, Nadhim Zahawi, has suggested that people will have to show they’ve received the Covid vaccine if they wish to return to normal life and the resumption of social activities.

Proof of Covid vaccination could be key to getting back into bars, cinemas & other venues, UK minister says — RT UK News

Minister for vaccines Nadhim Zahawi said the jabs would not be compulsory, but suggested people who refuse to get one could be barred from restaurants, pubs and cinemas Minister for vaccines Nadhim Zahawi said the jabs would not be compulsory, but suggested people who refuse to get one could be barred from restaurants, pubs and cinemas

Barring non-vaccinated Brits from restaurants and pubs would 'infringe on liberty' - Mirror Online

The minister responsible for the rollout of coronavirus vaccines has said the jabs will not be compulsory The minister responsible for the rollout of coronavirus vaccines has said the jabs will not be compulsory

People without coronavirus vaccine may be banned from cinemas, pubs and football stadiums - Birmingham Live

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Health minister Nadhim Zahawi said an "immunity passport" could mean people are asked to prove they've had the jab to enter some premisesHealth minister Nadhim Zahawi said an "immunity passport" could mean people are asked to prove they've had the jab to enter some premises

Pubs, football stadiums and cinemas may ban people unless they have Covid vaccine - LancsLive

Nadhim Zahawi told BBC Radio 4’s the World At One that the government is 'looking at the technology'Nadhim Zahawi told BBC Radio 4’s the World At One that the government is 'looking at the technology'

Covid immunity passports are being looked at but vaccines 'will not be compulsory' - Hull Live

Restaurants, bars and cinemas may turn customers away if they have not had a Covid jab, the new minister for the mass vaccine roll-out suggested tonight.

Restaurants, bars may turn customers without Covid jab away

Nadhim Zahawi, the U.K.’s vaccine minister, said on Monday that bars, cinemas, and sports venues may compel people to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination before entering.Nadhim Zahawi, the U.K.’s vaccine minister, said on Monday that bars, cinemas, and sports venues may compel people to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination before entering.

The London Economic | Freedom to not let you in? Pubs and cinemas could turn away vaccine refusers | NewsThe London Economic | Freedom to not let you in? Pubs and cinemas could turn away vaccine refusers | News

Freedom to not let you in? Pubs and cinemas could turn away vaccine refusers

The same institutions that failed during the pandemic now need to deploy the vaccine. It’s not over yetThe same institutions that failed during the pandemic now need to deploy the vaccine. It’s not over yet

The ethics and politics of the vaccine are still perilous for the Government

Government minister Nadhim Zahawi said it was likely businesses will want proof of Covid vaccination on entry.Government minister Nadhim Zahawi said it was likely businesses will want proof of vaccination on entry.

Pubs and venues 'could turn away people who haven't had Covid vaccine' | Metro News

Pubs and restaurants could demand to know if a customer has received a coronavirus jab before allowing them in, the Government's vaccine minister suggested. Nadhim Zahawi, who is responsiblePubs and restaurants could demand to know if a customer has received a coronavirus jab before allowing them in, the Government's vaccine minister suggested. Nadhim Zahawi, who is responsible

Zahawi suggests pubs and cinemas may turn away vaccine refusers - AOL

Nadhim Zahawi told BBC Radio 4’s the World At One that the government is 'looking at the technology'Nadhim Zahawi told BBC Radio 4’s the World At One that the government is 'looking at the technology'

Covid immunity passports are being looked at but vaccines 'will not be compulsory' - Bristol Live

The government is looking at ways to enable businesses to establish whether customers have received a coronavirus vaccine before allowing

Public may need immunity passport for ‘restaurants, bars, and cinemas’, says vaccine minister - CityAM : CityAM

Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi believes the hospitality sector will be keen to ensure that customers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. He said the Government is "looking at the technology"Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi believes the hospitality sector will be keen to ensure that customers have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. He said the Government is "looking at the technology"

Punters face potential pub and restaurant ban without Covid jab, warns Govt - Daily Star

Government will not make jab mandatoryGovernment will not make jab mandatory

Pubs and cinemas could turn away people who don’t get Covid vaccine, minister says | The Independent

People who do not have a coronavirus vaccination could be severely restricted when it comess to accessing sports venues, bars and restaurants, a minister has suggested.People who do not have a coronavirus vaccination could be severely restricted when it comess to accessing sports venues, bars and restaurants, a minister has suggested.

Vaccine minister suggests those who don’t get Covid jab could face restrictions from sports events and cinemas | Evening Standard

Brits could soon be denied entry to restaurants, bars, movie theaters and sporting events if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine, a top official said.No coronavirus vaccine, no service? Brits could soon be denied entry to restaurants, bars, movie theaters and sporting events if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine, a top official said

Brits who refuse COVID-19 vaccine may be denied entry to restaurants, bars

The minister responsible for the rollout of vaccines says hospitality venues may require proof that people have had a jab.The minister responsible for the rollout of vaccines says hospitality venues may require proof that people have had a jab.

COVID-19: People who refuse to get vaccine could be denied entry to venues, minister suggests | Politics News | Sky News

The government's vaccines minister has suggested that people who refuse a COVID vaccine could be barred from attending football matches and cinemasThe government's vaccines minister has suggested that people who refuse a COVID vaccine could be barred from attending football matches and cinemas

People who refuse COVID vaccine could be banned from live sport events | JOE.co.uk

But Nadhim Zahawi suggested the service sector may want to see proof of a jab from customers.But Nadhim Zahawi suggested the service sector may want to see proof of a jab from customers.

Covid-19 vaccines will not be compulsory, says minister responsible for rollout

Army officers have been spotted at Ashton Gate, the home of Bristol City and Bristol Bears.Army officers have been spotted at Ashton Gate, the home of Bristol City and Bristol Bears.

Mass coronavirus vaccine programme in Bristol sees army arrive at Ashton Gate Stadium | West Country | ITV News

People who refuse a vaccine for COVID-19 could find normal life curtailed as restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues could block entry to those who don't have proof they are inoculated, Britain's new vaccine minister said on Monday. Several major COVID-19 vaccines have been announced in recent weeks, raising hopes…People who refuse a vaccine for COVID-19 could find normal life curtailed as restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues could block entry to those who don't have proof they are inoculated, Britain's new vaccine minister said on Monday. Several major COVID-19 vaccines have been announced in recent weeks, raising hopes…

No Covid-19 jab, no normal life for the unvaccinated, UK minister suggests | Cyprus Mail

People who refuse a vaccine for COVID-19 could find normal life curtailed as restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues could block entry to those who don't have proof they are inoculated, Britain's new vaccine minister said on Monday.People who refuse a vaccine for COVID-19 could find normal life curtailed as restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues could block entry to those who don't have proof they are inoculated, Britain's new vaccine minister said on Monday.

No COVID-19 vaccine, no normal life, UK minister suggests | Reuters

U.K. restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues may require proof that people received COVID-19 vaccinations in order for them to visit, Britain’s vaccine minister said Monday.   U.K. restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues may require proof that people received COVID-19 vaccinations in order for them to visit, Britain’s vaccine minister said Monday.   

UK bars, cinemas may require proof of COVID-19 vaccination to visit | TheHill

U.K. restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues may require proof that people received COVID-19 vaccinations in order for them to visit, Britain’s vaccine minister said Monday.   U.K. restaurants, bars, cinemas and sports venues may require proof that people received COVID-19 vaccinations in order for them to visit, Britain’s vaccine minister said Monday.   

UK bars, cinemas may require proof of COVID-19 vaccination to visit | TheHill