In the current situation, the corona passport could be used mainly by nightclubs in those areas where drinking still has to stop at 24.00.
Parliamentary the Committee on Social Affairs and Health has completed its report on the corona passport.
The committee will hold a press conference on the subject today at 2.30 pm HS shows it live.
Member of the committee Veronica Rehn-Kivi (r) told Yle on Tuesdaythat the committee has raised the minimum age for the corona passport to 16 years. According to the government’s original proposal, 12-year-olds could have been required to have an corona passport.
Crown passport can be used in a situation where restrictions apply. It can be used, for example, to keep cultural events or sports facilities open to people who have a certificate of either vaccinations, coronary heart disease or a negative corona test.
In the current situation, the corona passport could be used mainly by nightclubs in those areas where on-call still has to end at 24. If nightclubs start requiring a corona passport from their customers, they may be open until late at night.
On the other hand, a corona passport cannot be required for sporting events, concerts or gyms, for example, unless new restrictions are introduced. If the use of facilities or the number of customers for transactions were to be restricted again in an area, operators could avoid the restrictions by requiring an interest rate passport.
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