By M&C Report team2004-12-12T08:11:00+00:00
More than half (57%) of 18-25-year-olds support the introduction of vaccine passports as a condition of entry for nightclubs, according to a new poll from YouGov.
The hospitality industry is about to enter “a very big grey area” and until the government gives greater clarity on what it wants the industry to do with regards to issues like the wearing of face masks, “we are all going to be flying a little bit differently”, according to Tortilla MD Richard Morris.
Hospitality businesses could see up to half of their staff needing to self-isolate at the same time if the government’s worst-case projections about the rise in case numbers are correct, Kate Nicholls, chief executive, UKHospitality has warned.
The vaccine passports plan for nightclubs was forced through despite a majority of ministers calling for it to be postponed at a meeting just hours before it was announced, The Telegraph reports.
The ‘pingdemic’ is believed to have peaked as cases ease up, though operators have been warned to expect a difficult few weeks ahead.
Sacha Lord has predicted vaccine passport for nightclubs are a ploy to get young people vaccinated, with no intention from the government of actually implementing them.
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