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Matvienko: vaccination passports for Russians are superfluous

Matvienko: vaccination passports for Russians are superfluous
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Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko believes that Russians do not need vaccination passports for those vaccinated against coronavirus. According to her, an electronic register of vaccinated persons will be sufficient to develop a further strategy to combat the pandemic.

According to TASS, no one ever say that Russia will introduce "covid passports". According to Matvienko, there is no need for them, and all information about some documents is associated with maintaining an electronic register of vaccinated.

The introduction of passports would divide people, Matvienko noted. According to her, the vaccinated would have expected some kind of benefits, opportunities or rights, which would be wrong. She also noted that now the world has not made a final decision - whether those who will be vaccinated will be able to travel without hindrance.

However, the speaker of the Federation Council added, if someone wants to get an extract from the electronic register of vaccinated, then no one should interfere with him.

Earlier in Sakhalin, the authorities decided in an original way to mark everyone who undergoes voluntary vaccination against coronavirus. Those who were vaccinated were offered to issue special badges or QR codes.

 

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